For Immediate Release
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Contact: Mike Finney
Phone: 480-897-3331

City of Page Announces New Tourism Website


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Page, AZ – The City of Page, the beauty of Lake Powell, and the extraordinary land and activities surrounding the community are featured The new website is a vibrant look at Page and the area- Lake Powell, the Colorado River, slot canyons on Navajo Tribal land, and the vast high desert that touches the shores of Lake Powell. Activities on Air, Land, and Water are featured on easy to navigate pages and the website is mobile compatible on hand held devices.
“The visuals on the new website are stunning, but what else would they be when you’re showing off Page and Lake Powell,” says Mayor Bill Diak. “Visitors from around the world have discovered that we have activities that begin with the lake and go far beyond.”
Finding a place to stay (Hotels/Motels, B&Bs, Vacation Home Rentals, Houseboats, Camping and RVs), things to do, and places to see, appear at the click of a mouse or a tap on your screen. Current weather, upcoming events and festivals, and links to web resources for the whole region a resource for all travelers.
“We’ve included all the land, water, and air tourism related businesses in the Page area to give tourists a complete picture of what they can do when they visit,” commented Tourism Director Lee McMichael. “Page is in the center of what is known as the Grand Circle – a region that includes the Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, and Monument Valley…that’s why we are the crossroads for people from all over the world.”
Experience the Wild Blue Wander of Page, AZ!
For more Information contact:
Lee McMichael
Tourism Director, City of Page



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