Find Vacation Rentals in Lake Powell

Highlights Lake Powell

  • Boating
  • Kayaking
  • Vacation in nature
  • Getaway in desert
  • Canyons

Best Vacation Rentals in Lake Powell

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Page, Lake Powell
Vacation Rental • 3595 ft² • 5 Bedrooms
(26 reviews)
Amazing Vacation Rental! Everything tip-top quality. Plan an exciting trip to one of the best areas of the country. Centrally located in Canyon Country and the middle of the Grand Circle, you will be able to visit many exciting destinations including Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Grand Canyon and much more! Bring your boats, trailers, off-road vehicles, there is plenty of space for all. ATVs can be ridden right off the back of the property onto the surrounding trails. Watch the sunset on the large covered deck as it falls across the Vermillion Cliffs. Let the kids play in th...
from $409 / night
Page, Lake Powell
Vacation Rental • 4295 ft² • 7 Bedrooms
(38 reviews)
Our home, RIM VIEW CHATEAU at Lake Powell, is a gorgeous luxurious 3 story home of over 4300 square feet with 7 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms that has amazing views and includes a beautiful spa and pool! With more than 300 feet of view fence, you find yourself nestled on a large private property that sits high on the Manson Mesa with unlimited views of Lake Powell, the Glen Canyon Dam, the Colorado River, Page National Golf Course, amazing plateaus and canyons that invite more than 2 million visitors per year! Go to our Video Links tab to see the home! At the Rim View Chateau, you control '...
from $992 / night
Page, Lake Powell
Vacation Rental • 2992 ft² • 4 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
'Great Lake Powell Escape' is an enjoyable two story home with four fully furnished bedrooms upstairs and all the amenities for a great vacation on the main level. Master bedroom has beautiful furnishings, including a king bed, futon, 46' flat screen TV, and attached master bath with double sink vanity, large tub and separate shower. The Master alone is perfect for a family of 4. Second and third bedrooms each have one queen bed. Fourth bedroom has one full and one twin bed. Game room on main floor includes futon, chaise lounger, Foosball table and plenty of toys and books for the little on...
from $401 / night

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Lake Powell

$286for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
$409 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Lake Powell

80%for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
77% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Lake Powell

A gem in the middle of the desert

Lake Powell is a man-made lake in both Arizona and Utah that was created when the Glen Canyon Dam was built. Back in the day, its purpose was to make sure the area would always have water on hand should a drought occur. Today, its pristine waters, spectacular canyons, and unique terrain attract over two million visitors to the lake each year. People who come to Lake Powell can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities and family-friendly attractions. Explore the canyons around the lake on a kayak. Join walking tours to see nearby wonders. Spend quality time with your loved ones on long hikes in nature. And savor delicious meals on a dinner cruise while watching the sunset. The possibilities are endless in Lake Powell for every type of traveler.

Finding your perfect vacation rental in Lake Powell

Vacation rentals in Lake Powell come in a variety of options. Large groups and families can choose from oversized rentals, while couples can opt for cozy, smaller rentals. There are numerous vacation rentals with balconies to enjoy the outdoors from the comfort of your accommodation. Some balconies even offer excellent views of the lake and the surrounding areas. Many of the rentals come with jacuzzis, so you can relax in a warm, bubbly hot tub during your vacation. Rentals around the lake offer all the modern amenities and comforts you’ll need throughout your trip, including high-speed internet, air-conditioning, fully equipped kitchens, and more.

Vacations in Lake Powell

The area and getting around

Arriving in Lake Powell

The closest airport to Lake Powell is Page Municipal Airport. This small airport offers daily flights to and from Phoenix and is only about 40 miles away from Lake Powell. Once you reach the airport, you can then rent a car or use a rideshare app such as Uber or Lyft to reach Lake Powell.

Getting Around Lake Powell

Once you reach Lake Powell, the best thing to do is to rent a boat or a kayak to get around the lake and to discover the nearby canyon areas. There are five different marinas you can rent boats from. Keep in mind that there’s a huge demand for boats and kayaks, so it’s best to book your boat or kayak in advance. If you want to explore the other attractions in the area, it’s best to rent a car or participate in a tour. Many tour companies offer daily trips to these attractions.

Travelers and activities

Lake Powell for outdoor enthusiasts

Lake Powell is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Spend the day fishing in Lake Powell where you have the opportunity to catch a wide variety of fish. If you’d like to be immersed in nature, you can go to Ticaboo, which is at the northern point of Lake Powell. Here you can try off-road biking to get your blood pumping. You can also take long hikes in nature here.

Lake Powell for couples

Lake Powell offers the perfect setting for a romantic vacation. If you’re visiting Lake Powell with your significant other, opt to go on a dinner cruise together and enjoy a romantic dinner on the lake with incredible views. Another place to enjoy majestic nature scenery with your loved one is at Reflection Canyon. Although this hike isn’t for the faint of heart, it is well worth the effort! It is a 16-mile hike to reach the viewpoint, where you can have a much-deserved picnic overlooking one of the best panoramas in the area. You can get a glimpse of Reflection Canyon on a boat trip as well, but the scenery might be a little less impressive than what you would see during the hike.

Lake Powell’s coastline is nearly 2,000 miles long, which makes it longer than the whole pacific coast of the U.S.A.!

Top 5 travel tips in Lake Powell

1. Visit Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Rainbow Bridge is one of the most interesting places you can visit during your stay in Lake Powell. The national park takes its name from the natural stone bridge in the shape of a rainbow. Spend some time here enjoying the unique landscape and taking incredible photos.

2. Go on a kayak trip

Lake Powell offers a variety of water activities to enjoy, and kayaking is one of the most popular options. While kayaking, you can explore the breathtaking scenery surrounding the lake as well as the narrow paths of the canyons which bigger boats can’t fit into. You can also find many tranquil and untouched hiking trails in these areas if you want to take a break from your kayak.

3. Hike to Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend is one of the most mesmerizing places you can visit while you’re at Lake Powell. There are a variety of tour companies that go to Horseshoe Bend, or you can rent a car and drive yourself. Once you reach the parking lot, a 20-minute hike takes you to the viewing point.

4. Go on a tour of Antelope Canyon

When you’re at Lake Powell, you can’t miss the majestic marvels of Antelope Canyon and its flowing canyon walls. This magical canyon is part of the Navajo land, and it’s a protected territory. This means you can only enter the canyon on an organized tour, private visits are not allowed. The unique beauty of the canyon makes it one of the most popular attractions in the area, so be sure to book your tour in advance.

5. Visit Glen Canyon Dam

The construction of Glen Canyon Dam is how Lake Powell was created. The dam is the second-highest dam in the U.S. and it offers spectacular views of the unique mixture of natural and man-made beauty. Take a hike around and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Lake Powell

What was the average price for a vacation rental on Lake Powell last year?

Based on last year, Lake Powell had an average price of $347 per night, a relatively high one compared to the destinations in the USA.

What time of year offers, on average, the best vacation rental prices on Lake Powell?

If you would like to save as much as possible during your vacation to Lake Powell, go there in February ($256 per night on average), January ($276), or March ($286), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive on Lake Powell?

Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices on Lake Powell was September, with an average price of $420 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of $400, and then August, with $399.

Is Lake Powell a good location for a last-minute getaway?

It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Lake Powell, as only 26% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.

What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, January (with an availability of 55%), February (45%), and November (36%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have on Lake Powell?

We have 180 properties for you on Lake Powell, provided by our 2 local and international partners.

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