Take to the Water at Lake Powell.
Lake Powell is a narrow, 186-mile-long lake set amid the deep canyons, rocky outcrops and spectacular scenery of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. With 96 side canyons and over 1,960 miles of shoreline, there is a lot to do in this ultimate aquatic playground. If you like to spend time communing with fish, Lake Powell is one of the best-known spots for fishing in Arizona. From bass to crappie, walleye and catfish, Lake Powell fishing offers plenty of fun for anglers of all types. If you want to get out and explore the lake, take a Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas dinner cruise or boat tour and cruise by Glen Canyon Dam, the second largest concrete arch dam in the U.S.; Antelope Canyon which is more than 10 miles long; Navajo Canyon with walls that are covered in “Navajo Tapestry” and tower 600 feet above the water and the 50/50 Wall where the rock is above you and equally deep below you. If you stay on the Lake longer, rent a houseboat with personal watercraft at Antelope Point Marina or Wahweap Marina and spend your days exploring the labyrinth red canyons and secret coves and your nights on shore warming up by a campfire under a canopy of stars.