Things To Do

  • Man relaxes at front of motorboat on Lake Powell

    Lake Powell is a premier location for boating opportunities, whether in a luxury houseboat or small fishing skiff.

  • Teardrop camper parked on Lone Rock Beach

    Rest your head, but don't forget to enjoy the stars.

  • Hiker jumps down from rock shelf in slot canyon

    The recreation area has few maintained trails, but we have suggestions for hiking routes all over the backcountry.

  • Woman holds up a large striper caught near dam

    Got fish? Glen Canyon does. Know the rules and regulations before you head out with your fishing poles.

  • Customers file off of a large motorized raft at the Lees Ferry boat dock
    Guided Tours

    Don't have a boat? Not a problem. Take a tour on the lake, on the river, or in the dam. Or take to the skies!

  • All terrain vehicle on dirt area
    Off Road Vehicle Driving

    Glen Canyon offers amazing opportunities for exploration. Explore the backcountry on designated ORV routes and areas.

  • Pair of bikers on unpaved road

    Bikes (and e-bikes) are vehicles, and vehicles are only permitted on established roads. Check here for great area rides.

  • Pair paddle lake in a sit on top sea kayak

    If motorboats aren't your thing, glide across the deep blue lake or ride the gentle current of the Colorado River under your own power.

  • SUV drives over unpaved road with butte behind
    Scenic Drives

    Fill up your gas tank and hit the Burr Trail or Hole-in-the-Rock Road!

  • Woman in life jacket treads water

    Nothing is better on a hot summer day than a dip in the clear waters of Lake Powell.

  • Ranger crouches in the desert with children in junior ranger vests
    Ranger Programs

    Check here for guided hikes, campground programs, Jr Ranger adventures, and more.

Last updated: January 25, 2024

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Contact Info

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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