- TripBuzz found 27 things to do with kids in or near Page, Arizona, including 7 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Big Water and Marble Canyon.
- From Copper Cloud Ranch to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, the Page area offers 19 different types of family activities, including: Canyon, Theaters, Horseback Riding and Adventure Tour.
- Located on the Colorado Plateau on the edge of the Great Basin Desert, Page, AZ is a dry, hot city with much to see and do. The land for Page was obtained in a trade with the Navajos and has blossomed into a tourist stopover for attractions such as Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
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.
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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.
Visitors to the John Wesley Powell Museum can learn more about Major Powell's exploration of the Colorado River from 1869 and 1871, City of Page history from the early 1950s, examine fossils from the Grand Staircase, and learn about the Colorado Plateau cultures through time. Visitors can also see artwork.
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Hwy 89A on W side of Navajo Bridge, Page, AZ 86040 MoreLess Info
Carl Hayden Visitor Center at Glen Canyon Dam is atop the immense Glen Canyon Dam. The visitor center's panoramic shape allows people to see the dam from the eastern wing of the building and Lake Powell from the western wing.