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About Lake Powell
Lake Powell, stretched across two states, runs from Northern Arizona to Southern Utah. With thousands of miles of shoreline and year-round warm weather, you can see some of the most amazing sites incredibly mixing the desert and water. On the Colorado River, this extraordinary man-made lake lies in-between numerous dusty canyons. The deep blue water gives you the opportunity for boating, water sports — and relaxing — as you drift through the lake.
Things to do in Lake Powell
With the incredible water flowing along the expansive Lake Powell, there’s so much for you to do in the area, whether by land or by water. Go swimming at the sandy beaches, and take boats out onto the still water. Try out wake boarding, waterskiing, kayaking, and even fishing on the lake. Go scuba diving or snorkelling in the deep waters. You can rent boats along the Lake, for example at Page in Arizona. There are also tour boat cruises that you can take around the lake, as well as multiple marinas to stop at. Take tours around Antelope Canyon, as well as the Secret Canyon — you won’t be sorry.
Day trips from Lake Powell
The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area incorporates Lake Powell, but there’s so much more to explore. Take a trip to the Rainbow Bridge, one of the world’s largest natural bridges. The bridge is sacred to the local Native American tribes, and draws thousands of mesmerized visitors to admire it and the surrounding views. Also in Glen Canyon, the Lees Ferry historical site is worth a visit, or you could try the Lonely Dell Ranch historic site, home to the families who ran Lees Ferry. At the Lonely Dell Ranch, you can finally see some greenery in the desert, and take a walking tour around the ranch.
Lake Powell accommodations
There are so many different areas for you to choose from when staying by Lake Powell. First of all, are you looking to stay in Arizona or Utah? There are hundreds of rentals in both states that can get you close to the lake. However, most of the lake is in Utah, which will give you more options. Find your desert oasis, whether you’re searching for your lake-house home, or a hotel so that you can spend your days on the water.
Transportation in Lake Powell
Depending on where you want to visit along Lake Powell, it can be fairly easy, or a long haul around the lake. The lake, covering land across two states, has so much for you to explore. Driving up to your destination of choice around the lake is the way to go, as it gives you the flexibility and ease to go from the lake to your rental. You can fly into Page in Arizona, which will get you fairly close, and where you can rent a car. You can also fly into Phoenix in Arizona or Salt Lake City in Utah. There is no train or bus service going right up to the lake, but enjoy walking around the glorious lake once you drive up!