- The list below includes 19 free or cheap things to do in or near Page, Arizona, including 14 different types of inexpensive activities like Canyon, Horseback Riding, Hiking Trails and Specialty Museums.
- From Antelope Lower Canyon to Horseshoe Bend, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Page and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Big Water and Marble Canyon.
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Pizza Hut 6 South Lake Powell Boulevard, Page, AZ MoreLess Info
Pizza Hut’s iconic red roofs harbor everything from meat lover’s pizza to breadsticks and wings
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.
97% 20895 votes
A rock formation in the Colorado River, the Horseshoe Bend is accessible through a ¾ mile-long trail and offers the traveler a scenic, panoramic view.
91% 19633 votes
Page, AZ 86040 MoreLess Info
Considered sacred by the Navajo people, the Antelope Canyon is accessible since 1997 and is consisted from the Upper Canyon and the Lower Canyon.
96% 49 votes
Page, AZ 86040 MoreLess Info
Filled with textured sandstone walls, Lower Antelope Canyon offers visitors a destination for taking nature photographs. The slot canyon itself is narrow, but offers scenic views of the canyon walls when the light shines through.
88% 2863 votes
The Glen Canyon Dam was constructed between 1956 and 1966, creating the second largest reservoir in America. It is now opened for welcoming tourists.
93% 68 votes
Filled with textured canyon walls, Waterholes Canyon offers visitors a scenic landscape to take pictures of. To hike the canyon, visitors must obtain a permit with the Tribal Parks Office.
95% 1579 votes
San Juan County, Page, AZ MoreLess Info
Considered the highest natural bridge in the world, Rainbow Bridge National Monument has a span of 234 feet and attracts more than 300,000 visitors each year.
93% 134 votes
Route 89A, Page, AZ MoreLess Info
Visitors to the 280,000-acre Vermilion Cliffs National Monument see varying ecosystems ranging from 3,100 to 7,100 feet elevation. The area is known as an international backpacking wilderness destination, and is a popular camping destination.
71% 341 votes
State Route 98 to Antelope Point Marina turnoff, Page, AZ MoreLess Info
No visit to Antelope Point is complete without a visit to the Antelope Point Marina Village, locate on the banks of Lake Powell. It is a favorite launch site for fishing boats and swimmers, and offers many shopping and dining options.
88% 25 votes
The Lonely Dell Ranch Historic District gives visitors to Page, Arizona a glimpse into early life in the desert. Well preserved ranch houses and breathtaking scenery paint the landscape of this historic area.