- TripBuzz discovered 27 different types of activities for couples in the Big Water area, including Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Paria Canyon Wilderness Area), Beaches (like Lone Rock Beach), Monuments (like Wahweap Hoodos) and Boat Rentals (like Skylite Boat Rentals), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 26 date ideas in or near Big Water, Utah, including 20 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Page and Kanab.
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82% 66 votes
Lone Rock Road, Big Water, UT 84741 MoreLess Info
Lone Rock Beach features a very unique stone structure encircled by water. Visitors are able to swim and boat in the water surrounding the small rock outcrop while camping is available in the immediate area.
85% 52 votes
Mile Marker 6, Big Water, UT MoreLess Info
Recently featured on the Discovery Channel, Skylite Boat Rentals has become a prominent figure in the area for those wishing to spend time on the local waterways. They offer a very wide variety of powerboats and even several jet skis.
100% 9 votes
US Hwy 89, Big Water, UT MoreLess Info
Covering an 112,500-acre area, the Paria Canyon Wilderness Area is a popular and scenic location among tourists and local residents alike. Visitors spend time hiking, backpacking, or camping on the picturesque scenery surrounded by red rock formations and natural beauty.
86% 14 votes
Trailhead Starts at End of Fish Hatchery Road, Big Water, UT 84741 MoreLess Info
Located at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the Wahweap Hoodos are distinctive, possibly unique rock formations that resemble all manner of whimsical things, depending on viewers' interpretations. Some say they look like toadstools, ghosts, or monsters.
100% 2 votes
415 Independence, PO Box 410273, Big Water, UT 84741 MoreLess Info
Located nearby Lake Powell, Buzz Off Power Sports is a rental facility that provides equipment for use on and around the lake. It offers rentals of fishing boats, jet skis, ATVs and ski boats.
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Route 89, Big Water, UT MoreLess Info
The Skylight Arch is a scenic natural location that features a canyon rock formation resembling a skylight. The location is popular among those who like to hike the nearby trails or like photographing the local area.
78% 222 votes
100 Lakeshore Drive, Page, AZ MoreLess Info
Visitors on Lake Powell Boat Tours have many options including a cruise to the Rainbow Bridge and a 1.5-hour hike to explore the bridge. Other options include a dinner cruise, a cruise to Antelope Canyon, and cruises to Navajo Canyons.
96% 2167 votes
Page, Page, AZ MoreLess Info
Popular among local residents and tourists alike, the Antelope Lower Canyon is a scenic and picturesque canyon commonly visited by hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors have the opportunity to take guided tours and multitudes of pictures while visiting.
99% 70 votes
Kanab, UT MoreLess Info
The red and pink colorings of the Buckskin Gulch draws any visitors who enjoy a lovely experience. It is considered to be the longest slot canyon in the world with the narrows running uninterrupted for almost 15 miles.
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Page, AZ MoreLess Info
The Glen Canyon Dam was constructed between 1956 and 1966, creating the second largest reservoir in America. It is now opened for welcoming tourists.