Ask almost any Utah resident their favorite place to go during the summer, and the answer will usually come back: Lake Powell. Named for the explorer John Wesley Powell, notable for his exploration of the western United States, Lake Powell is a manmade reservoir created in 1963 with the Glen Canyon Dam. Like any other lake, it offers outdoor fun like boating, fishing, and camping. Unlike any other lake, it is located among the beautiful red rock cliffs of Southern Utah and Arizona.
Things to Do
The most popular activity in Lake Powell, no contest, is boating, tubing, waterskiing, and wakeboarding. Getting wet, and having fun in the hot summer sun is what Lake Powell is all about. Furthermore, there is great local dining, resorts, fishing, hiking, boat tours, and so much more.
Things to See
There are many beautiful places that you have to go when you’re on Lake Powell. A few include Antelope Canyon, Rainbow Bridge, Aleson Arch, Davis Gulch, and the list goes on!
Where to Stay
There are hotels nearby if that’s what you want to do. However, to get the full Lake Powell experience, you need to rent a houseboat and stay on the lake. Countless fun-filled days and starry nights have been spent on Lake Powell in a houseboat.
With Lake Powell, and so many other amazing destinations located in Southern Utah, why come for just the weekend? At Perry Homes, we can help you find the home of your dreams only a few miles away from the places you love to go. Come and see why Utah keeps coming home to Perry Homes.