1. Rainbow Bridge National Monument: Most Popular
2. Antelope Canyon: Best Nearby
This stunning canyon features rock formations and colors that are seen nowhere else. So, it’s worth driving a little to go and experience. However, you will need to plan. Because this area is part of the Navajo Nation, you will have to access Antelope Canyon through a guided tour. But, it’s a very iconic spot and worth some planning.
3. Padre Bay: Best for Enjoying the Water
Suppose you’re mostly going to Lake Powell to experience the water and relax. In that case, you’ll want to check out Padre Bay around marker 22. This is the largest expanse of open water on Lake Powell, so it’s ideal for kayaking, paddle boarding, and more. If you don’t have your own to bring with you, a kayak or paddleboard rental is always an option.
4. Glen Canyon Dam: Best for Fishing
5. Navajo Village Heritage Center: Best Cultural Experience
Rentals for Your Lake Powell Adventure
Enjoying Lake Powell is much more fun when you can truly experience a range of outdoor activities. So, let Lake Powell Rentals & Retail outfit you for your next trip. We offer all kinds of rentals, including kayaks, wake surf boats, and much more. Call us today to get started!