Mesmerizing Beauty, Thrilling Adventures
More than 400 feet deep, 150 miles long and nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline, Lake Powell surrounds you with spectacular rock canyons, views and the opportunity to embark on an Arizona active lifestyle.
The sandy beaches provide a gateway to an abundance of activities such as boating, water sports, fishing, scenic cruises and much more. Whether you’re in the mood for pure recreation or interested in learning more about the area’s deep Native American heritage, Lake Powell’s clean air and open environment paves the path back to nature.
- Dinner Cruises
- Boat Tours
- Bass Fishing
- River & Trout Fishing
- Horseback Riding
- Scuba Diving
- Mountain Biking
A Vibrant Community
Catering to more than three million visitors annually, Page is centrally located and home to some of the most breathtaking natural sightseeing destinations in the Southwest. And now with Page Municipal Airport servicing daily incoming flights from Phoenix and Denver (with more routes scheduled for this year), it’s easier than ever to take in the awe-inspiring views of Lake Powell, Monument Valley, The Grand Canyon, Bryce and Zion Canyons.
Indigo Ridge is just one of many developments and additions happening in the City of Page, Arizona. Several residential communities, new developments and an increased level of sophistication – both on and off Lake Powell – are adding a new dimension to this active lifestyle city. Today, Page is taking on a renewed look as new businesses, restaurants, housing, hospitality and recreational amenities open and existing ones expand.