Vacation rentals in Lake Powell

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Off the Grid King Studio
This is a newly remodeled studio apartment with a KING SIZE BED! It is located on the ground floor of a two level building. Amenities: one king size bed, a reclining love seat, a glass stovetop, pots & pans, plates & dishes, silverware & glassware, coffee machine, crock pot, a toaster, internet, a 55" TV, a full size washer & dryer, and a patio with chairs. Well within walking distance of downtown Page. Only miles away from Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Slot Canyon and the beautiful Lake Powell!
$29 per night
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Fresh 2 Bedroom 1 bath duplex 320
This centrally located duplex in Page Arizona is fresh and clean, ready to be your home away from home as you visit Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Lake Powell and more. This roomy home is one side of a two-unit duplex located in a safe, quiet residential neighborhood within walking distance to tour companies and restaurants. Did I mention this home is minutes away from Horseshoe Bend? The WI-FI in the home is blazing fast, ran with a G@@gle Mesh router with download 867 Mbps.
$69 per night
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Makin' Waves - 2 bedroom, 2 bath
This is a beautiful two bedroom, two bathroom fully furnished apartment. It is located on the ground level of a two level building. Amenities: pots & pans, plates & dishes, silverware & glassware, a coffee machine, a crock pot, a dishwasher, high speed internet, three TVs, a full size washer & dryer, and a private rear patio with chairs. Well within walking distance of downtown Page. Only miles away from Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Slot Canyon and the beautiful Lake Powell!
$38 per night
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Cabin rentals in Lake Powell

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40 Acre Escalante Guest House
$235 per night
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40 Acre Retreat in the Escalante Canyon
$325 per night
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Lower Boulder Bed and Breakfast Room 2
$100 per night
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Home rentals in Lake Powell

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3 bedroom with stunning yard close to Horseshoe..
$86 per night
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Newly-Remodeled 2 bed home 5 minutes from Antelope
$71 per night
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Modern & open 3 bed by Horseshoe Bend, Antelope...
$89 per night
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Page Retreat with Free EV Charging
$91 per night
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Brand New Antelope Canyon Retreat
$73 per night
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Brand new modern 3 bed house close to everything!
$86 per night
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Lake Powell Shore House. Hot Tub and fire pit!
$170 per night
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Grande Desert Escape Cozy ✦ 2BR/2BA King Home❣
$77 per night
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Red Rock Retreat
$73 per night
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Serene 2 Acre Estate in Page, near Antelope Canyon
$119 per night
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**NEW luxurious Lake Powell, slot canyon home **
$107 per night
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Horseshoe Bend Retreat w/Fire Pit, Patio+Mtn Views
$133 per night
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Condo rentals in Lake Powell

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Lake Powell Views
$40 per night
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Powell Driftwood Delight
$90 per night
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Powell Beachwood Bungalow
$90 per night
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Cozy Butte Suite with Indoor Fireplace & Yard
$106 per night
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Your guide to Lake Powell

All About Lake Powell

In 1963, a dam was built along the Colorado River in Arizona, flooding the canyons to create a reservoir for the Southwest. Travelers have adopted it for less practical purposes. Today, the surreal landscape — 186 miles of clear water snaking through sandstone rock formations — is a destination for houseboating, kayaking, paddleboarding, as well as more extreme sports (look out for flyboarders shooting above the lake). Despite the area’s popularity, Lake Powell is also a place to find solitude, its narrow side channels giving you access to sandy beaches and canyons that aren’t easily reached by land.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Lake Powell?

The peak season in Lake Powell runs from April all the way through October. In spring, the average highs climb from the 60s Fahrenheit in March to the 80s in May. In summer, the water warms up to a perfect swimming temperature, and 90-degree days are common from June to early September. Pack a hat and plenty of sunscreen to protect you from the strong rays, and a light jacket for the cool nights. Fall temperatures dip from the 70s down to the 50s, and winter is chilly (around 40-50 degrees) but also brings fewer crowds and more tranquility.


What are the top things to do in Lake Powell?

Antelope Canyon

This slot canyon is a Southwest icon, its undulating sandstone walls the stuff of screensavers and magazine covers. You can access quieter parts of the canyon by boat and a short hike from Lake Powell. To see the highly photogenic upper canyon (aka the Corkscrew), drive to the entry near Page, Arizona. Because the canyon is on Navajo Nation land, you must be accompanied on your walk by an authorized guide. Make reservations in advance for the Corkscrew.

Rainbow Bridge

Getting to this 235-foot-long stone arch — the largest natural bridge on earth and a sacred site to several Native American nations — used to require a rough, multi-day hike. The formation of Lake Powell made it possible to cruise right over to it. You can take your own boat or a tour to the docking location, which fluctuates with the water levels, and walk one to two miles along an easy trail to reach the bridge.

Water Sports on Lake Powell

The most leisurely way to explore and soak in the lake, houseboats are easy to pilot, even for beginners. At Bullfrog Marina, Antelope Point Marina, and Wahweap Marina, you can also rent kayaks, jet skis, paddleboards, or water toys like flyboarding gear (which propels you up to 45 feet above the water). The large, open channels of the lake are popular for water sports, but it’s worth venturing into the side passages, which are often better protected from the wind; just be aware that they can narrow dramatically.