National Park Service - North - Walking
Glen Canyon Recreation Area
The most popular Horseshoe Bend location is in the Glen Canyon Recreational Area managed by National Park Service and located off Highway 89. There is a $10 per car parking fee operated by the City of Page with limited parking, shuttle service available during busy times of year. The walk is a 1.8 miles round trip along a new path down to the rim. Horseshoe Bend is one mile long so even on the busiest sunset, it is possible to get a more private location for a ceremony. Permit required.
Permit Horseshoe Bend, Glen Canyon Recreation & Lake Powell, National Park Service:
Permits are required for any wedding activities on the lake, in public areas like Horseshoe Bend or anywhere a group will impact the site.
The initial application fee is $100.00 and it is non-refundable. If they decide to approve your event an additional $200.00 fee will be assessed for a total permit fee of $300.00. Should your event require additional monitoring from NPS personnel, NPS may assess additional fees as well.
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Covid Update : Monumental Arizona Weddings follows all local, county, state and federal rules, regulations, mandates, and guidelines for all events at all locations.
Due to Covid-19 the Navajo Nation is closed until further notice.
This includes all Page, Arizona area slot canyons and private Horseshoe Bend tours.
National Park Service Horseshoe Bend remains open to the public.
Peek-A-Boo Slot Canyon in Kanab, Utah, 70 miles north of Page is open.