Nearby Attractions

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area sprawls across northern Arizona and southern Utah for over two hundred miles. If you want to visit "nearby" attractions, be aware of what part of Glen Canyon you are already visiting.

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Other Recreational Opportunities

Antelope Canyon Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon are units of Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, managed by the Navajo Nation. Tours are required. All tour providers are approved by the Navajo Nation.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument borders Glen Canyon to the west. Administered by the Bureau of Land Management, it is a vast area with many backcountry hiking, driving, and recreation opportunities.
Kaibab National Forest Much of the forest land surrounding Grand Canyon National Park to our south.
The Powell Museum & Archives showcases the man the myth the legend, John Wesley Powell. It is operated by our friends from Glen Canyon Conservancy.
Monument Valley Tribal Park
Page Airport Book your trip to and from Page AZ, or find an air tour that suits you.
Paria Canyon - Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Another Bureau of Land Management monument, get ready for rugged hikes and swoopy buttes.



Last updated: January 3, 2024

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 1507
Page, AZ 86040


928 608-6200
Receptionist available at Glen Canyon Headquarters from 7 am to 4 pm MST, Monday through Friday. The phone is not monitored when the building is closed. If you are having an emergency, call 911 or hail National Park Service on Marine Band 16.

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