- Our list of the best things to do in Marble Canyon, Arizona, features the top 41 nearby activities — including 24 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Marble Canyon, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Tours, Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Marble Canyon, AZ , followed by 39 popular activities in nearby cities, including Page and Big Water
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.
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.
Antelope Canyon Boat Tours is your ticket to discovering the sheer, red rock cliffs of the world-renowned canyon. Pack your camera and enjoy the trip down the Colorado River to the most spectacular canyon vistas you may ever see.
87% 31 votes
100 Upper Revolution Way, Big Water, UT 84741 MoreLess Info
The theme of the Big Water Visitor Center is the geology and paleontology of the monument. A topographic relief model of the Big Water region is on display as are authentic dinosaur fossils and a large-scale mural of the Late Cretaceous period.
The strange yet beautiful rock structures that are part of the Paria Rimrocks Toadstool Hoodoos are part of the Wahweap Hoodoos Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Photography of the rocks shaped like giant toadstools and hiking through the general area are common.
91% 626 votes
Mile Post 302 on Hwy 98, Page, AZ 86040 MoreLess Info
Photographers can take photos of the Upper Antelope Canyon, Lower Antelope Canyon, Rattlesnake Canyon, Owl Canyon and Mountain Sheep Canyon on a tour with Navajo Antelope Canyon Photo Tours. These tours last from two hours to 6.5 hours.
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.
One of the most famous rock formations in the world is The Wave at Coyote Buttes. Permits are required to see the Wave, and a lottery system has been put into place to randomly draw an application for specific time periods on certain days.