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Wahweap Overlook Page, AZ

Wahweap Overlook

Wahweap Overlook is definitely one of the most underrated tourist spots in Page, Arizona. 

You’ll get stunning picturesque views of Wahweap Marina, Glen Canyon Dam, Navajo Generating Station, and miles of dramatic Lake Powell shoreline!

Getting There

Wahweap Overlook

Wahweap Overlook is located inside the Glen Canyon National Conservation Area. 

This is a fee area. $30 per vehicle and $25 per motorcycle will give you a full 7 day pass into the park. All of the money received from entrance fees remains with the National Park Service with at least 80% of the revenue going back to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. In other words, don’t bitch about it. It’s not a good look.

Wahweap Overlook is just one of the many things you can experience at Glen Canyon, so you won’t be disappointed.

Click here for directions to Wahweap Overlook.

Wahweap Overlook

There is no hiking involved. You simply park your car and enjoy the views. You can definitely turn it into a hike (like I did) by scrambling down towards the water. 

Wahweap Overlook Arizona
Wahweap Overlook AZ

Did you spot me in the last photo? I’m the ant wearing the pink tank. You’re welcome.

There is also a covered picnic bench and several large rocks near the edge of the Overlook, so you can picnic, or simply sit and take in the views.

Wahweap Overlook Picnic

You can also see 360-views of Wahweap Overlook by clicking here!

If you’re in the area, this is definitely a quick and easy place to get killer views of Lake Powell!

Girl at Wahweap Overlook Arizona Lake Powell
Girl at Wahweap Overlook Arizona Lake Powell

After taking in the views, I’d recommend stopping at Lake Powell Resort and Marina for more views of Lake Powell, along with their delicious dining.

Looking for more unique areas to explore near Page, AZ? Check out Navajo Bridge!

Read more about Navajo Bridge here!

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18 Responses

  1. Beautiful contrast with the white clouds and the color of Lake Powell. You are right about there being so many beautiful views of the lake! Beautiful place for sure! Your comments crack me up and put a smile on my face! ?

    1. I appreciate you laughing at the dry humor and sticking around ?

  2. WOW this is gorgeous – I haven’t been to AZ in a really long time but this definitely makes me want to go back. We did something similar to this when we went YEARS ago but I can’t remember what it was! Also those bridges scare me lol

  3. I fell in love with Arizona when I visited a few years ago and I cannot wait to go back! Beautiful photos!

  4. I love your style! Your post was so fun to read and had me laughing. I’m from the west, and far from home so it was so fun to read what you had to say! Thanks for sharing.

  5. I love your writing style! Your post was so fun to read and had me laughing. I’m from the west, and far from home so it was so fun to read what you had to say! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Aw, thank you! That means a lot! Thanks for taking the time to read!

  6. I live in Phoenix! I’ll definitely have to check this out!

    1. That’s awesome! This was actually only my second time through the area! I loved it!

  7. Wow! The views are gorgeous. Looks so serene and relaxing. You’re always enjoying beautiful outdoor getaways. Thanks for sharing your finds.

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