Page, Arizona: camping, fishing, geocaching
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Page, Arizona
Bird Watching
Historic Sites
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Lakes & Reservoirs
National Forests
National Historic Trails
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The city of Page overlooks man-made Lake Powell, with its 1,960 miles of shoreline and surrounding Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. Visitors to Page can rent houseboats, take out a speedboat or personal watercraft, hike, bike, shoot rapids on one-day raft trips or view the area from a helicopter, kayak or jeep.
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Tours leave daily from Page to visit the Rainbow Bridge National Monument and other scenic wonders around Lake Powell. Antelope Canyon, a beautiful slot canyon, is three miles to the east of Page.
A broad range of facilities are located in the Page, including motels, restaurants and all the supplies for a great visit. There are two museums, a library, the Page Visitor Center, a swimming pool, three parks, and several ball fields available for Page residents and visitors alike.
Do you like geocaching? Page, Arizona offers over 100 opportunities for geocaching. When you visit Page, be sure to bring your GPS and look for geocaches near Page.
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