Places To Go

  • Person walks into open door of stone building under sign reading Visitor Center

    Visitor Centers

    Start your stay here with a stop at one of our four visitor centers.

  • River makes 270 degree bend around sandstone escarpment

    Horseshoe Bend

    Join other hikers flocking to a panoramic view of a 270 degree bend in the Colorado River

  • Overhead view of woman and child wearing life jackets walking down dock by empty boat slips

    Lake Powell Marinas

    Find the places to launch your boat, refuel your tank, and find other water-based amenities.

  • Waterfalls cascade down sandstone rockface

    Escalante

    Looking for a wilderness adventure? Let Escalante be your jumping off point.

  • View of rocky terrain and mesas with peak at green waters

    Hite

    Enjoy the rugged landscape where the Dirty Devil and Colorado Rivers meet.

  • A wagon sits next to a historic log ranch house

    Lees Ferry

    Take a day trip to Lees Ferry for a taste of pioneer life and a chance to dip your toes in the Colorado River.

  • View from high rocky point overlooking twisting canyon carved in rock layers

    Muley Point

    Get a spectacular view of the San Juan River in the far eastern part of the park.

  • Incredible desert vista with wash snaking through colorful layers of rock

    Orange Cliffs

    How about a hardcore wilderness adventure? Then get a permit form Canyonlands National Park and go to the Orange Cliffs!

  • A large natural sandstone arch-shaped bridge.
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    Rainbow Bridge

    Did you know Glen Canyon administers Rainbow Bridge National Monument? Click here for more information on this unique natural feature.

 

Last updated: May 28, 2019

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

PO Box 1507
Page , AZ 86040

Phone:

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.

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