Page – Lake Powell Hub

The Page-Lake Powell Hub

Tourist Information Center

Welcome to the Page – Lake Powell Hub

Amazing tours and fun adventures are waiting for you. Book your tours through us!

The HUB Tourist Information Center

Come in for information about the city of Page, Lake Powell, Glen Canyon, and the center of Canyon Country. Let The Page-Lake Powell HUB book all your tours in Page and surrounding areas. We can book tours for you here!

Your Adventures Start Here

Pick your activities and we will book them for you!

Slot Canyon Tours

Explore the wonder of the surrounding canyons and landscapes. World-famous slot canyons and amazing views are waiting for you.

Horseshoe Bend Tours

Discover the iconic landmarks and the magic of Rainbow Bridge, Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend all right here.

Scenic Land Tours

Enjoy breathtaking views and all out off-road fun. Page, Arizona and Utah have some of the most iconic southwest desert views.

Fishing Tours

Fish on Lake Powell! Enjoy both Fly Fishing for Stripers (saltwater hybrid) plus Smallmouth-Largemouth plus other Lake Powell species.

Kayaking Tours

Paddle in a deep canyon with beautiful red cliffs surrounding you.Antelope Canyon is world-renowned for its incredible slot canyon, now see it from the water.

Boat Tours

Take a leisurely boat tour on Lake Powell to see the incredible red rock canyons. Great for all ages! There are several destinations to choose from.

Off-Road Tours

Off-Road Tours. Experience the thrill of off-roading here in the high desert! Hit the trail and have some fun exploring the best that the area has to offer!

Air Tours

Fly and See Lake Powell, Rainbow Bridge or Horseshoe Bend from the air for an unforgettable tour experience. Spectacular views everywhere you look.

Dam Tours (CLOSED)

Glen Canyon Dam was completed in 1964, and creating massive Lake Powell, a popular area along the Utah/Arizona border.

Off-road Rentals

Drive in almost any direction and you are bound to find a once in a lifetime adventure. See incredible views in every direction.

Boat Rentals

Experience the endless wonders of Lake Powell. Explore the over 94 canyons on this majestic body of water.

Paddlesport Rentals

Lake Powell is one of the world’s top-rated paddling destinations and there is no better way to take in our unique environment than by touring the waterways on a paddleboard or kayak.

Bike Trails

Bike across the backcountry and primitive roads of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. This is a great way to enjoy the Glen Canyon scenery.

Hiking Trails

Lake Powell is known for water recreation, but there’s so much more to explore by foot, too. What’s the best part about Lake Powell hiking? You’ll usually be combining water fun and some time on dry land.


There is much more to see in our area. Learn about the Navajo Nation, Glen Canyon, Alstrom Point, and other amazing areas all nearby.

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Take advantage of the long weekend and check off the iconic Horseshoe Bend from your bucket list! Here are a few things you need to know before you go:- Difficulty: Easy- Distance: 1.5mi/2.41km round trip- Elevation gain: 137ft/0.04km- Average time: 45 minutes- Open: Sunrise (approx. 5:10am) to sunset (approx. 7:30pm)- Entry fee starts at $10 per vehicle- Leashed dogs, strollers, and wheelchairs are welcome- Only cash will be accepted on holiday weekends- Sun set is the most popular time to go ... See MoreSee Less
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But I don’t have a boat, I just want to touch the water! We know Lake Powell is big and hard to get around. We do not have any monitored beaches, no lifeguards. Swimming is at your own risk. Stay aware: the water could be deep or full of obstacles. If you still want to splash around, there are a few spots. Right now, the north side of Wahweap Main launch ramp in front of the lodge has a parking area for day-use swimmers. On May 27, when the ramp opens up to motorized vessels, that parking area must close, and that swimming area will not be as protected from all the boats. For the same reason, please do not swim near any launch ramps. Downlake, you can try Lone Rock Beach. The vast sandy area is a primitive campground but also welcome to day-use swimmers. Drive carefully – with the changing lake levels, the sand might be squishier than it looks!Uplake, why not Hobie Cat beach? Take the dirt road next to Lot D. Again, drive with caution.Some other areas at Lake Powell that you can drive or walk to are near the water but require some rock scrambling. Use your best judgment. There are no lifeguards. Swim at your own risk. Stay tuned for news of any future beach areas available to the public.NPS Photo: Lone Rock beach is a beach, May 24, 2023! #GlenCanyonNPS #LakePowell #Swimming #RecreateResponsibly ... See MoreSee Less
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We can make just about any reservations you need to help make your Page Lake Powell trip a success!Don't worry if you weren't able to make it to Page for Memorial Day Weekend, all of our bucket-list destinations are open year round! Start planning your vacation at by Natasha (IG: natashaaa_i) ... See MoreSee Less
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Established in 2019, we’re pleased to be able to provide information to all of our visitors and to let you know more about our natural wonders and happenings here. Ask us about tour packages and special deals.

Open 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Sunday 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Book your adventures through us! Stop by or call us today.

  • Phone: (928) 608-5749 / 928-612-2020
  • Location: 48 South Lake Powell Blvd, Page AZ 86040.

Visit us while in Page. We look forward to seeing you.

Page, Arizona is the center of “The Grand Circle” and home to some of the most beautiful natural attractions in the Southwest region. Page is your home for all your adventures including Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon, the Colorado River, and is close to many other famous National Parks like Bryce Canyon, Zion, the Grand Canyon, and much more.

Page is the place to stay and play in Northern Arizona. We welcome visitors from all over the world who can experience amazing guided tours, fishing, kayaking, houseboat rentals, and there is plenty of information here at the HUB to help you take your own self-guided adventures. Page is constantly growing but still has the small-town feel and friendly locals. Come and see what makes Page so special.

Page, Arizona

The Page Lake Powell HUB is a non-profit organization owned and operated by the Page Lake Powell Chamber of Commerce

  • 48 Lake Powell Blvd, Page, AZ 86040

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