The votes are in: Lake Powell is one of the best places to paddleboard. And not just in Utah and Arizona, or even just in the continental United States. We’re talking about one of the top stand-up paddleboard (SUP) destinations in the entire world. If a trip to Lake Powell is on your horizon, don’t let it go to waste without a stand-up paddleboard rental, courtesy of Lake Powell Vacations.
We make renting paddleboards at Lake Powell easy and affordable for weekly or daily use! Our convenient location in Page, AZ is close to the water’s edge, so you can spend more time enjoying the splendor of this one-of-a-kind place.
For newcomers to the sport or to Lake Powell, you’ve come to the right place. Our paddleboarding pros can give you some tips and tricks as well as maps of Lake Powell, marking spots to check out nearby. Learn more or book your stand-up paddleboard rental with Lake Powell Vacation today!
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Paddleboarding Antelope Canyon is often the highlight of a Lake Powell vacation. We recommend going in the wee hours of the morning when the water is at its most still and tour groups are sparse. But whenever you go, the beauty and serenity in these slot canyons and their water routes will leave you breathless. See our Antelope Canyon page for more information on kayak and paddleboard rentals at this popular spot.
Another popular SUP spot for paddleboarders of all experience levels is Lone Rock Beach and its surrounding canyons. Spend the night camping on the beach before exploring the area on a paddleboard. Similar to Antelope Canyon, you can park your car at the marina nearby and put your boards right in the water.
Paddle just a short distance from Lone Rock and you’ll find Wahweap Bay with several day hikes to features like Wahweap Window and Ice Cream Canyon. Enjoy bright blue waters and stunning red rock and sandstone formations all along the edge of this bay, right on the Arizona and Utah border.
If you want to take the road less traveled, take the adventure upriver to some less-visited spots such as Labrinth Canyon and Navajo Canyon. While the distance may be too much for paddleboarding alone, these spots offer some of the calmest water for SUPs. Rent a jeep or boat from us to explore these secluded places.
During its busy season in the late summer and early fall, Lake Powell can have a lot of boat traffic, which may be tricky for less experienced paddleboarders. Do your best to stay along the edges of the lake to avoid large waves and getting in the way of ski or wake boats. Smaller canyons and hidden crannies where boats can’t pass through are golden spots for SUP.
If you’re new to the sport, paddleboarding can take about an hour or so for people to feel comfortable with, but a lifetime to enjoy. If you want a quick lesson or other SUP pointers, talk with a member of our staff at our rental shop!
Our most important tip for anyone coming to paddleboard here is just to enjoy the experience. Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon are some of the best places to paddleboard. Period. No matter your experience level, just soak in your time on the water in this breathtaking region.