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Lake Powell is kayak country.
Antelope Canyon kayaking
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Lake Powell

Beautiful Lake Powell has many memorable places to experience. Feel free to kayak, paddle board, swim and camp just about anywhere you like.

View a map of Lake Powell launch and beach areas.

All access points to Lake Powell requires a National Park Pass which can be purchased at the drive-up entrance. The pass is $30 and good for one week.

antelope canyon

Serene Antelope Canyon is without a doubt the most intimate kayak or paddle board experience on Lake Powell. The canyon can be accessed all year round by water and no permit is required. If you paddle far enough up Antelope Canyon you will find a beach to stop and hike up through the natural wonders of the lower slot canyon.

  Best place to start your adventure is from Antelope Point public launch ramp. WazSUP Kayaks can deliver your equipment to this ramp making it easy to get on the water early. From the ramp you turn left and paddle along the shore and Antelope Canyon is the first canyon on your left (1 mile). Ramp to the beach for the hike is a little over 3 miles.
A nice video of Kayaking Antelope Canyon posted by a client. Thanks Sandra

WazSUP Kayaks to Antelope Point public ramp is 10 miles.
antelope canyon access map
Here are directions from the ramp to Antelope Canyon.

lone rock canyon

As one of the most popular beach camping or day use areas at Lake Powell, Lone Rock beach offers a great launch point to kayak or paddleboard. Rest rooms and camp spots available plus plenty of parking right on the water. Kayak Lone Rock Canyon just across the bay near the big Lone Rock. WazSUP Kayaks can also deliver your paddleboard or kayak equipment to you right at the beach.

Also offers the only designated ATV area in Glen Canyon. Overnight will offer a beautiful star filled sky you won't forget. Many deep sand areas so careful where you drive. Swimming is enjoyable with a nice sandy bottom and cool blue waters. Many areas to experience paddling here.

WazSUP Kayaks to Lone Rock Beach is 12 miles.
lone rock canyon access map
Here are directions from the beach to Lone Rock Canyon.

the coves


WazSUP Kayaks to Stateline Launch Ramp is 9 miles.
the coves access map
Here are directions from the stateline ramp to The Coves.

the chains


WazSUP Kayaks to Antelope Point public ramp is 10 miles.
the chains access map
Here are directions from the ramp to The Chains area.
the chains day areaIf you want to visit The Chains day area by car to take a swim or relax by the lake. There is a large parking area, hiking trails and restrooms. The path to the water is rocky and slippery. It is not safe to try and carry a kayak or paddle board.

castle rock


WazSUP Kayaks to Stateline Launch Ramp is 9 miles.
castle rock access map
Here are directions from stateline ramp to Castle Rock area.

WazSUP Kayaks to Antelope Point public ramp is 10 miles.
navajo canyon access map
Here are directions from Antelope public ramp to Navajo Canyon.
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