Page, Arizona is a small town on the southern shores of Lake Powell. It is one of the youngest towns in Arizona, being formed in the 1960’s after the completion of the Glen Canyon Dam. The town is located at the center of the “Grand Circle,” the largest concentration of national parks and monuments in the country.
There are a few places to eat in Page, but frankly not much else. The real draw of the area is Glen Canyon, Lake Powell, and all of the gorgeous landscape around the town. We suggest using Page as a home base to explore the area.