PAGE, Arizona – Wahweap’s two Entrance Stations at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area will be undergoing repair for at least the next four weeks, beginning Monday, October 2. While one is closed for repairs, both entrance and exit from Wahweap will be provided through the other location. Wahweap’s two entrance stations are located approximately three miles apart, on Highway 89. The park appreciates the public’s patience while these improvements in visitor services are completed.
Beginning Monday, October 2, Wahweap’s North Entrance Station will be closed for at least three weeks. During this timeframe, entrance and exit from the park will be available at Wahweap’s South Entrance, located closest to Page, Arizona.
After work is completed at Wahweap’s North Entrance, it will be reopened and the south entrance will be closed for repair. During this timeframe, public entrance and exit will be available through Wahweap’s North Entrance, located closest to Greenehaven, Arizona.
After work is completed at both Wahweap Entrance Stations, the north entrance will be closed for the season and all access will be via the south entrance.
Photo: Wahweap Entrance Station. NPS Photo.
While Lake Powell is one of the largest man-made lakes in North America, it is only 13 percent of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The recreation area stretches for hundreds of miles from Lees Ferry in Arizona to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah, encompassing scenic vistas, geologic wonders, proposed wilderness areas, and a vast panorama of human history.