The City of Page is the perfect gateway to outdoor adventures in Northern Arizona.

Located in northeastern Arizona, Page is known for being a most excellent base camp for exploring nearby outdoor attractions, including Lake Powell and the surrounding Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and Monument Valley. Founded in 1957 as a housing site for workers building the Glen Canyon Dam — which formed Lake Powell — the town has blossomed into a visitor-friendly community. After a full day of hiking, boating, golfing, biking, off-roading or simply Page sightseeing, the town offers creature comforts like nationally branded hotels, small inns, short-term rentals, RV parks and glamping. Places to eat in Page run the gamut from casual brewpubs and Mexican eateries to fine dining with panoramic views of Lake Powell.

Get the Lay of the Land

Circle the city on the 9.8-mile Page Rimview Trail, which offers hikers and mountain bikers great views of town, the lake and distant buttes. Sites along the way include Horseshoe Bend, an overlook 1,000 feet above the deep teal waters of the Colorado River, where it makes a tight curve around a sculpted sandstone butte. To learn about the history and engineering of Glen Canyon Dam, head to the interpretive exhibits at Carl Hayden Visitor Center, perched above the dam, lake and the mighty Colorado.

Explore Page Tourist Attractions

Page is a springboard for outfitters who know the desert and its waters. Take a guided trek into Antelope Canyon, a magical place where shafts of sunlight dance on sculpted slot canyon walls. Enjoy a half-day rafting trip on the calm waters of the Colorado River below Glen Canyon Dam, around Horseshoe Bend and down to Lees Ferry. Glide on Lake Powell with a boat tour that floats past the dam and into the narrow reaches of Navajo Canyon. During the day or on a moonlit night, a Jeep tour gets you off the beaten path and into the depths of the high desert. Prefer a bird’s-eye view of things? Helicopter and fixed-wing flights will soar you above area landmarks, including Rainbow Bridge, an ancient stone arch. The chopper tours actually land atop Tower Butte, a 5,000-foot sandstone pillar.

Catch the Wave

For those who like remote wilderness and other-worldly landscapes, the Page-Lake Powell Hub visitor center is a lottery location for permits to hike The Wave, an undulating sandstone formation with limited visitation in the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument.

More to Discover Near Page

Glen Canyon & Lake Powell

Spread over 1.25 million acres, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is an outdoor haven, renown for its stunning scenery and geologic wonders,...

Antelope Canyon

Northern Arizona's pristine slot canyon invites visitors to step inside a monumental natural sculpture.

Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation encompasses much of the Four Corners area, which includes the famous Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, and Antelope Canyon.



Arizona’s beauty beckons you to make some memories and build an experience to remember in the Grand Canyon state.