Explore the canyons, rivers and lakes of Northern Arizona

The Country Inn & Suites, Page, AZ lies near some of the Southwest's most striking natural features. Only a mile away from the hotel, you can find Horseshoe Bend, a towering rock formation surrounded by the Colorado River. Lake Powell, a pristine reservoir ideal for swimming or boating, lies three miles away in Glen Canyon, and Antelope Canyon, the nation's most-visited slot canyon, is less than six miles away. If you're looking for indoor things to do, check out the Powell Museum to learn more about the legendary explorer John Wesley Powell.
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Antelope Canyon

3.95 mi / 6.35 km from the hotel
The most popular slot canyon in the U.S., Antelope Canyon is a sacred site for the Navajo people. Book a guided tour to see the sandstone walls light up in a breathtaking array of colors.

Grand Canyon National Park

120.2 mi / 193.44 km from the hotel
An easy day trip from the hotel, the Grand Canyon is one of America's most distinctive and recognizable landmarks. Stand next to the canyon edge to feel its incredible scale, or book a helicopter tour to see the canyon from the air.

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

48.43 mi / 77.93 km from the hotel
The construction of the Glen Canyon Dam in 1963 created Lake Powell, a massive reservoir that serves as a popular site for boating, swimming and sunbathing. During your visit to the lake, take in the immense rock walls surrounding the water.

Horseshoe Bend

2.41 mi / 3.88 km from the hotel
Climb to the overlook to gaze down on this impressive rock structure inside Glen Canyon. The distinctive shape made by the Colorado River as it flows around the formation gives the area its name.

Marble Canyon

10.59 mi / 17.04 km from the hotel
Located just below Glen Canyon Dam, Marble Canyon is often considered the western starting point of the Grand Canyon. Float down the Colorado River to take in the canyon's colorful rock walls adorned with ancient carvings.

Monument Valley

76.63 mi / 123.32 km from the hotel
Popular as a filming site for westerns because of its long desert stretches surrounded by red sandstone buttes and mesas, Monument Valley has become an integral part of the image of the Southwest.