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We loved Lake Powell, and we camped at the Wahweap campground, which was a treat in itself. The Dam is interesting to see. On your way to or from (if you're coming from the east...) you can drive through Monument Valley... Lots of options, and many good suggestions so far.


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You definitely have gotten a lot of good suggestions. A drive into the Colorado River at Lees Ferry and through Vermillion Cliffs National Mounument to Cliff Dwellers is worth it. I believe there is a parking lot and trail head to "Horseshoe Bend" not too far South of the Walmart on US 89.

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sparker1 nailed it right on the money. Wahweap is a very good place to stay.


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Upper Antelope Slots canyon is a great stop, but it's only going to take 2 hours at the most.

One of my two favorite activites is the all day boat trip on Lake Powell to Rainbow Bridge National Monument. I like the all day because you go down other narrow canyons which you don't do on the 1/2 day tour. The other favorite is the 1/2 day float trip on the Colorado River out of Page, AZ. You can easily do the morning float trip and fit in the slot canyon tour after.

The short 3/4 mile hike to Horseshoe Bend is great especially if you have done the float trip because you can see one of the horseshoe bend canyons you floated down. If you are lucky you will see the float tour like we did.

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Many years ago, we went to Page stayed at the Nat'l Parks Campground not far from the Dam. It was extremely hot. We did ok in the day, went swimming in the lake to cool off, went for a tour of the dam, very cool, very neat. Not sure if is still happening after 911 or not. But it did not cool off at night. No electric to run the A/C, we drove around Page some to run the A/C in the pickup. We packed up early the next morning, heading for high country. North side of Grand Canyon. Cool there. We stopped at Monument Valley going to Page, very nice. Stayed at the Park Service at the time I believe campground. No electric but it cooled off at night as we were used to. I believe the campground at Monument Valley is still there were we stayed but not Nat'l Park now days. Monument Valley
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