Page, Arizona: a central location for popular desert destinations like Antelope Canyon and more

Recently, I traveled to the small desert town of Page, Arizona, located at the border of Arizona and Utah. I was fortunate to get a writing assignment (for three blogs) for the opening of a new and glamping site called The Canyons RV Resort and Cabins. While I was there, I had the opportunity to learn about the area and the many attractions in town and within a few hours’ driving time range. If you’ve ever wanted to visit Antelope Canyons and Horseshoe Bend, Page is the place to go. Take a look at what I’ve discovered and “bookmark” your future adventure.

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Lake Havasu: An Oasis in the Arizona Desert

In the middle of the desert, we found ourselves strolling along the lakeshore, listening to palm trees swaying in the gentle spring breeze, and watching boats and ducks bobbing on the water. Lake Havasu was a well-deserved oasis for us, after months of desert dwelling! The lake sits on the border of Arizona and California on Colorado River, and is home to London Bridge, relocated from England in 1968.

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Saguaro National Park and Tucson, Arizona

There is nothing quite as impressive as a sea of saguaro cacti poking up at the sky for as far as the eye can see; for about 143 miles to be more precise. Just outside of Tucson, Saguaro National Park offers hiking trails through its eastern portion and amazing views of a dense saguaro “forest” on its western side.

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