You Can Swim & Paddleboard On This Dreamy Emerald Lake In Arizona
We'll all float on.
Paddleboarding on calm waters is so magical and it's even better on one of the best lakes in Arizona. With red rock canyon walls and gorgeous emerald water, it's like something out of a dream. Lake Powell is the ultimate floating getaway for some summertime fun.
Paddleboarding is a super popular way to explore the water and what better area to through than Lake Powell and Antelope Canyon? The red and orange walls rise above the emerald green water creating the most tranquil atmosphere ever.
Nearby rentals make it super simple and fuss-free to show up and grab a paddleboard for a few hours. Rentals cost $45 per day with no hourly rate, so you can enjoy the water all day long!
Or you can opt for a guided tour through the canyons if you have a group or prefer a more planned-out trip.
Tours range from $95 to $135 per person depending on how long your tour is. You can choose between a three-hour and five-hour option.
Either way, you're guaranteed to fall in love with this spot and have an awesome time.
The summer months on the lake are pristine and the shimmering water practically begs you to swim in it. And you absolutely should!
Swimming is allowed and even encouraged. Enjoy the crispduring your paddle to cool off from the summer heat.
While you're in the area, you can rent a boat and go wake surfing or cruise around for the day. There are plenty of ways to enjoy some fun in the sun.
The best time to visit is during the spring and summer. Long days, unbeatable sunsets, and refreshing water all serve to make your time on the lake truly memorable.
Now that spring is just around the corner in Arizona, it's time to start figuring out some trips to escape the desert heat. This one looks to be just about perfect.
Lake Powell Paddleboard Rentals
Price: $45/day plus entrance fees
Address: 836 Vista Ave., Page, AZ
Why You Need To Go: Float on this dreamy emerald lake surrounded by cliffs and canyon walls.
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