There’s nothing quite like riding the trails with a four-wheel drive. Numerous red rock canyons and camping excursions await on and off the roads near Lake Powell. If you have ever worried about getting your own vehicle safely across the winding switchbacks and dirt roads leading to exciting destinations, then fear no more. From our shop location in Page, AZ, you can rent a dependable Jeep that can take on the rough-and-tumble roads of southern Utah and northern Arizona.
Glen Canyon National Park is your playground with our Jeep rentals at your disposal. Ride to locations like Burr Trail and the edge of the Grand Canyon, cruise across the scenic roads to campsites for overnight stays, and discover the perfect spot to swim and relax on the edge of the lake. Load up the supplies for your trip, and picnic in the bright sunlight. Remember to take your camera and witness a sunrise or a sunset on the horizon of one of the more unique landscapes in the world. There’s a reason Hollywood has made the Lake Powell area famous in movies, television, and advertisements: it’s simply beautiful.
No matter the time of year you decide to rent one of our vehicles, we guarantee you will experience a one-of-a-kind journey across the deserts and plateaus around Lake Powell.
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Call or contact our Jeep rental shop to learn more about individual Lake Powell Jeep rentals and rental packages near you.
Whether you’re a first-timer to Lake Powell or just want to find a new off-road trail, Lake Powell Vacations knows the perfect spots to take your Jeep rental. Off the beaten path takes on a whole new meaning with these awe-inspiring trails. For more trip inspiration with your Jeep Wrangler, check out our interactive map by clicking the link below.
One of the most amazing sights near Page, AZ, is the Glen Canyon Dam, a marvel of engineering and human ingenuity. Constructed in 1966, the second-largest dam in the United States was built into the durable sandstone walls of Glen Canyon. Tour the facility and see the eight giant turbines that create 4.5 billion kilowatt-hours of power, electricity that is used to light homes in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and even Nebraska! Spend time in the recreational area of the dam and grab a bite to eat before you go exploring.
From Escalante, UT, to the western shore of Lake Powell, Hole-in-the-Rock gets its name from the narrow trails pioneers dug to cross the Colorado River. Blasting powder and good old-fashioned pickaxes created the passages in six weeks, and you can follow in their progress yourself with a bit of a hike to the area. Be aware that this area is for the fit and healthy, and you should be very careful should you choose to climb through the narrow passage. Even so, it is worth the experience. The gorgeous red rock canyon itself is a reminder of the tough men and women that settled here.
In September of 1883, a man named Cass Hite arrived in Glen Canyon with the purpose to find gold on the edges of the Colorado River. He found it, and a gold rush followed. The history of the area named after the man alone is enough to make anyone excited to visit! At the north end of Lake Powell, explore the Colorado River through the gravel trails. Hike past the rocks that the Navajo and Anasazi tribes once called home. Whether you are a history buff or not, you will love the beauty Hite and the surrounding bluffs have to offer.
Almost anything. Take your hiking gear and explore the trails, secure kayaks to the roof and traverse the Colorado River’s many water-cut canyons, or simply take a drive to the most photogenic spots around Lake Powell. You will be surprised at how far a four-by-four Jeep can take you.
Depending on the kinds of exploration you wish to experience, there are locations you can visit all year round. Early summer and early fall are excellent times to enter the water and explore the canyons without the rush. Holidays and weekends are the busiest times; weekdays in between holidays are fantastic times to explore without many people around. Be aware, however, that some trails close at certain times of the year, so prepare accordingly.