Top Things to Do Near Page, Arizona

Top Things to Do Around Page, Arizona

Page, Arizona was founded in 1957 as a housing community for workers and their families during the construction of the Glen Canyon Dam.  After the dam’s completion in 1960, it became the gateway to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Lake Powell.  Water enthusiasts boat on the lake and raft the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. In addition to water sports, there many things to do for visitors to Page, Arizona. Continue reading “Top Things to Do Near Page, Arizona”


Day 124 – Grand Canyon Loop

 Day 124 of Year Long Roadtrip Following Scenic Byways in the USA

The title of my daily adventure is probably a little misleading.  I didn’t go to the Grand Canyon today, but it is a stop on this Reader’s Digest Scenic Drive.  I plan to visit it at a later date to ensure good weather.  Hopefully that doesn’t end up being a mistake, because it was absolutely gorgeous today.  The portion of the loop drive that I conquered today was southeast of the Grand Canyon near Flagstaff. Continue reading “Day 124 – Grand Canyon Loop”

hopi indian reservation

Day 123 – Arizona Indian Country

Day 123 of Year Long Roadtrip Following Scenic Byways in the USA

Overall, while the weather was spectacular and my day-glo legs saw the sun for the first time in months, the day of sightseeing was somewhat disappointing to me.  After a pleasant surprise on the Navajo Indian Reservation, I was looking forward to exploring the First, Second, and Third Mesa located in the Hopi Indian Reservation.  We got an early start to the day to allow ample exploring time. Continue reading “Day 123 – Arizona Indian Country”