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Lake Powell

186 Miles of Summer Fun

Right on the border of Arizona and Utah and deep within the Glen Canyon Recreation Area is the region’s deep blue gem, Lake Powell. Looking more like a Martian landscape than a desert, Lake Powell’s incredible scenery, crystal blue waters and endless outdoor adventure brings from than 2,000,000 visitors per year. Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Recreational Area is literally filled with outdoor adventure.
As the second-largest man-made lake in the U.S., Lake Powell was created with the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam, taking more than 11 years to fill. It is now one of the top locations in Arizona for fishing, watersports, camping and sightseeing. Fisherman will love Lake Powell’s endless supply of bass, walleye and catfish. For the adrenalin junkies, Lake Powell is also a top location for waterskiing, wake boarding and tubing.

Taking a guided tour of Lake Powell on foot and by boat where you can relax and enjoy the scenery is a great option. Many tour operators offer hotel pickups, arranged meals and well-informed guides. One of the best ways to see and experience Lake Powell and Glen Canyon is from a houseboat. Fully equipped with kitchens, bedroom, bathrooms and every other creature comfort, houseboats are your hotel and destination, all in one. Visitors looking to camp will appreciate the large variety of options that include RV rentals, traditional camp sites or one the lakes secluded beaches. Guests who prefer to more inclusive accommodations will find a variety of options in nearby Page, AZ. Lake Powell Resort is set right on Wahweap Marina and offers rooms & suites with amazing views, gourmet dining and view of Lake Powell.

Private Aircraft Charter to Lake Powell FAQ

What do I need to think about when chartering to Lake Powell?

Due to the massive size of Lake Powell, there really is no single airport serving the entire lake. However, this does not mean that getting there will be difficult with an airport at the lakes south end and one towards the norther end. At the southern end is the city of Page, AZ, and Page Municipal Airport – PGA. Page is a great place to base your Lake Powell trip, and PGA Airport makes that very easy with its long runways capable of handling heavy jets. PGA airport is conveniently located for those visiting Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon and Rainbow Bridge National Monument. At the northern end of Lake Powell is Bullfrog Basin Airport – UO7 – set just three miles and a five-minute drive from Bullfrog Marina. Bullfrog Basin Airport is an excellent choice for guests visiting Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Bullfrog Bay and the northern stretches of Lake Powell. Because Bullfrog Basin Airport’s runways is only 3,500 feet, it is best for turboprops and light jets.

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