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A Short History of Page, Arizona

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Brief History of Page

Page is a city located near the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell in Coconino County, Arizona. It was established as a housing community for workers and their families during the Glen Canyon Dam in 1957. The 17-square-mile site was acquired from the Navajo Nation in a land exchange. Originally known as Government Camp, it was renamed Page for the former commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation, John C. Page.

On March 1, 1975, Page was incorporated as a city and became the gateway to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell. In 1997, Antelope Canyon, a natural slot canyon, was discovered adjacent to Page on Najavo land. The beauty of the canyon has brought many people to the city and increased its tourism. Another popular attraction in Page is the Horseshoe Bend Overlook. Because of these tourist sites and the popularity of social media, the city has grown significantly throughout the years. Page is now a multifaceted tourism destination with a population of around 7,529 people as of the 2019 estimate. The city is also home to two of the largest electrical generation units on the west side of the U.S.

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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, or GCNRA, is a conservation unit and national recreation area of the U.S. National Park Service. The 1,254,429 acres of rugged high desert terrain includes the area around Lake Powell and the lower part of the Cataract Canyon in Utah and Arizona. It was established in 1972 for public use and enjoyment and the preservation of the area's scientific, history and scenic features. Visitors to GCNRA can enjoy recreational activities such as:

  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Off-Road Vehicle Driving
  • Kayaking
  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • Scenic Drives
  • Guide Tours

The recreation area also offers ranger programs that feature guided hikes, Jr. Ranger adventures, campground programs, and many more. Through its Brown Trout Inventivized Harvest, you can also get paid for catching these fish.

Lake Powell

Lake Powell is a popular vacation spot in Arizona. Created by the flooding of the Glen Canyon by the Glen Canyon Dam, the man-made reservoir is situated on the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona. Storing 24,322,000 acre-feet of water, it is the second-largest man-made reservoir in the U.S. It attracts more than two million visitors per year. The reservoir is named after civil war veteran John Wesley Powell.

Antelope Canyon

Located on Najavo land to the east of Page, Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon formed by the erosion of Navajo Sandstone. It features two scenic slot canyon sections known as the Upper Antelope Canyon (The Crack or Tsé bighánílíní ) and the Lower Antelope Canyon (The Corkscrew or Hazdistazí). Only accessible by guided tours, the tourist attraction is managed by the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department. Licensed tour guides of authorized tour companies are the only ones with access to the Navajo Tribal Park. It is a popular attraction for sightseers and photographers.

Horseshoe Bend Overlook

Horseshoe Bend Overlook is oftentimes known as the "east rim of the Grand Canyon." Situated near Page just five miles downstream from Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam, it is an incised meander of the Colorado River that is shaoed like a horseshoe. To access the overlook, visitors have to hike a 1.5 mile round trip trail from a parking area off of U.S. Route 89. The tourist attraction gets over two million visitors annually with the rise of social media. Before, it was just a popular destination among local residents. Admission to the overlook is $10 per vehicle. It is 4,200 feet above sea level and has a 1,000-foot drop.

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