Lake Powell Area Wedding Sites

The number of amazing wedding sites in and around Lake Powell are far to numerous to mention but here are a few. Intimate weddings of 6 or less offer many opportunity to slip away for a moment into paradise. A simple beach wedding and budget camping, or perhaps you are looking for a more traditional wedding reception at Wahweap Lodge and of course the exclusive Amangiri Resort is perfectly amazing if money is no object.

Our journey starts here with ideas for the most amazing wedding day ever!!! To name a few...
Hyatt Place
Wedding Reception

he Hyatt Place in Page-Lake Powell to offer wedding receptions in their private room and patio.

Hyatt Place
Wedding Reception Package


Wahweap Lodge & Catering
The only hotel located on the southern shores of Lake Powell near Page, Arizona, Wahweap Lodge offers the only traditional wedding receptions. The Escalante Pool area can accommodate up to 200 guests for an outdoor reception or the Veranda for smaller groups of up to 50 guests. For indoor receptions, the Navajo Room can accommodate up to 200 guests and the small Tower Butte room up to 50 guests and are located in the lodge. For small parties, a dinner reservation at the Wahweap Lodge’s Rainbow Room Restaurant may be the perfect end to a wonderful day.

Escalante Pool Lawn
The ideal setting for a ceremony or reception with the natural beauty of Lake Powell as your backdrop. This space is a fantastic location for an intimate group of twenty or as large as two-hundred guests. The scenery is breathtaking at any time of day, while sunset dances color upon the rocks across the bay. This location is convenient and easily accessible from all points at the Lake Powell Resort.
Site Fee Only: $1,000
Site Fee if accompanied by Catering: $650

The Veranda
This outdoor space is designed for intimate gatherings of up to fifty guests. Located just beyond the Escalante Pool, this location lends itself to small ceremonies and intimate gatherings.

Site Fee Only: $650
Site Fee if accompanied by Catering: $300

The Navajo Room
This indoor space is our signature function area. Whether you choose to adorn the ceilings with beautiful swags of material or maintain the simplicity of the space, we can assist you in creating the perfect event for fifty to two-hundred guests.

Site Fee Only: $800
Site Fee if accompanied by Catering: $340

The Tower Butte Room
The Tower Butte Room is a small and intimate indoor space that is actually part of the Navajo Room, but becomes its own room with our air wall in place. Tower Butte is the ideal place for a small gathering or ceremony of up to forty guests.

Site Fee Only: $500
Site Fee if accompanied by Catering: Waived

Private Tour Boat Wedding Charter
The Canyon Princess

The Canyon Princess is the perfect venue for your wedding ceremony, reception, or dinner for groups of twenty-five to fifty. With cherry wood finishing, enclosed and open decks, air conditioned salons and a bridal room, the Canyon Princess is the ultimate lake experience with great food, great service and great friends.

The Canyon Princess Wedding Experience
Accommodates 25-50 guests
Ceremony seating on upper deck
Three course served plated dinner on lower deck
2 ½ hour Lake Powell cruise with private captain & crew
1 hour of Canyon Princess downtime
Bridal Salon aboard this yacht
Elegant white specialty linens for dining tables
Cake table with service set-up
One night stay for Bride & Groom at Lake Powell Resort

$2,500 for Ceremony Only
$6,000 with Three Course Dinner.

Tower Butte Helicopter Wedding
Permit: Navajo Nation Wedding Permit $100.00
Cost Estimate Helicopter Only:
Regular Tour $275.00 pp for short 20 minute tour.
Private charters $2000 per/hour 6 pp.

This majestic monolith stands sentinel rising 1500 feet off the desert floor and is only accessible by helicopter. Nestled between Antelope and Navajo Canyons overlooking beautiful Padre Bay on Lake Powell, this mesa top provides exceptional views and is the perfect setting for an adventure wedding on Top of the World.

Slot Canyons
Permit: Navajo Nation Wedding Permit $100.00
Cost Estimate: $85 - $200 pp depending on location, time of day and photography requirements.

Starting in 2015 all slot canyon tour companies on the Navajo Reservation will be Native owned including Upper & Lower Antelope. In 2014, Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours was permitted to add three new slot canyon tours including Rattlesnake, Owl and Mountain Sheep Canyons.

Waterholes Canyon
Permit: Navajo Nation
Cost: Tour Rates, Navajo Guide required.

Horseshoe Bend
Permit: $100 Navajo Nation Permit or $300 National Park Service Permit
Cost Estimate: To be determined based on location.

Horseshoe Bend located just a few miles south of Page, Arizona is one of the areas most photographed sites with an amazing overview of the Colorado River as it makes a 180 degree bend in Mable Canyon. This site is an easy to moderate ½ mile hike each way and is the perfect wedding site at sunrise when its quiet and you can have the place to yourself. A very popular attraction, Horseshoe Bend can be a very busy place so this site is recommended for couples only or groups of less than 10. Call for more details.

Beach Weddings
Permit: $100 - $350 depending on number of persons and site impact. Call for more details.
Cost Estimate: To be determined based on wedding plan, group needs and budget.

Lone Rock
Lone Rock Beach, located in Utah just over the Arizona State line, is one of the only beaches that are accessible from a road. This beach is over one mile long with plenty of space for a large wedding party and has tons of shoreline for houseboat and powerboat parking. Call for more details.

Lone Rock Beach Primitive Camping
Primitive camping is on a sandy beach or in dunes. No designated campsites. Open fires permitted, must be within four foot squared area. Quiet time 10pm-6am. 4 micro flush toilets, 6 vault toilets, 1 comfort station/wheelchair accessible, outdoor cold shower, Off Road Vehicle area, dump station, potable water (seasonal), and day use area. No launch ramp. $10 per vehicle/per night. No reservations.

Antelope Point Beaches
Antelope Point has quite a bit of accessible shoreline however it does require a bit of hiking over rock and sand terrain. This is a wonderful inexpensive option with great photo opportunities.
Another option is to rent boats from Antelope Point Marina. You can rent a powerboat to shuttle people to the beach near the marina for a beach ceremony or better yet, enjoy a reception too by renting a pontoon boat for 2 days 1 night complete with grill, wet bar, bathroom with shower and upper deck from Antelope Point Marina. There is a fantastic beach with great sandstone formations directly across from the Antelope Point Marina Launch Ramp. Call for more details

Wahweap Bay
The Wahweap swim beach varies greatly depending on the lake levels and are accessible from the day use picnic area which provides covered picnic tables, some with grills, water and restrooms. This is great for small groups who do not want formal seating chairs. Lone Rock is the place if you want a more formal set-up with chairs and flowers.

Wahweap Developed Camping
112 dry campsites (no hook-ups), 90 full hook-ups, and 6 group camping sites. Facilities include restrooms, laundry, showers, store, phones, dump station and potable water. The amphitheater, picnic area and swim beach are nearby. To make reservations for full hook-ups, group or dry camping please call 800-528-6154. The Wahweap location camping store is 928-645-1059. Fees vary.

Bullfrog Marina
Bullfrog beach access varies greatly depending on the lake levels. This is great for small groups who do not want formal seating chairs.

Bullfrog & Halls Crossing Developed Camping
Bullfrog: 78 sites, restroom, phones, dump station, potable water station, ½ mile to laundry, store, post office, launch ramp. No reservations. Fees apply. The concessioner also operates a separate RV park with 24 sites, full hook-ups, restrooms, showers, and 1/2 mile to laundry, store, post office, launch ramp. For reservations call 800-528-6154. Fees apply.

Halls Crossing: 43 sites, 2 group sites, dump station, potable water, 2 dish sinks, hot/cold showers. Laundry, store, gas, phones, and launch ramp 1/2 mile. The concessioner also operates an RV park with 32 full hook-up sites, store, laundry, showers, and launch ramp 1/2 mile. For reservations call 800-528-6154. Fees apply.

On Lake Powell
Lake Powell is the Grand Canyon full of water and offers over 1,800 miles of shoreline to explore but you will need a boat! Bring your own or rent a powerboat for the day, rent a pontoon boat and camp overnight or rent a luxury houseboat for several days enjoying exploring the lake with your family & friends. The scenery is breathtaking no matter where you end up tying the knot.

Rainbow Bridge
Permit: $100 - $350 depending on number of persons and site impact. Call for more details.
One of the worlds largest stone bridges, Rainbow Bridge was formed when the waters in the bend of the river broke through the sandstone to erode the rock beneath the arch. Other than restrooms no services are available and the marina is very busy with boaters and tour boat visitors. This is the perfect location for couples only or very small groups. This location is a full day trip on a powerboat from Wahweap or Bullfrog covering over 100 lake miles with plenty of stops along the way.

Marble Canyon
Permit: None required. NPS park entry fees do apply.
Marble Canyon starts at the Glen Canyon Dam and meanders through Horseshoe Bend down to the beach and river access point at Lee’s Ferry.

Float Trip
Permit: None required, NPS fees are included in all tours.
Cost Estimate: $100-$200 pp regular tour, private tours will have additional fees.

Colorado River Discovery offers half-day and full-day float trips through magnificent Marble Canyon along the beautiful Colorado River as well as full-day paddling tours and custom private tours for wedding groups are available. Additionally, they can provide box lunches for an informal reception on a beach.

Lee’s Ferry Beach
One of only three places with access to the Colorado River through Marble and Grand Canyon, this little gem has a few beach options again depending on the water levels. With picnic table locations near the river and easy car parking, this location is perfect for both large and small groups. There are several hotels in Marble Canyon but our favorite hands down is Cliff Dweller’s Lodge. Get married on the river, enjoy a meal on the beach and then retire to the lodges patio for some of the best Margarita’s on the planet and a nice room with a great view.

Lees Ferry Campground
54 designated sites. No hookups. RV dump station. Grills provided, no open fires. Quiet time 10pm-6am. Modern bathroom/comfort station, potable water available, launch ramp 2 miles. Gas and supply store at Marble Canyon, about 5 miles away. No reservations. $12 per site/per night.

Historic Lonely Dell Ranch
Located at Lee’s Ferry, this old homestead was built to provide those running the ferry crossing operation with shelter and its lush gardens and orchards were the only thing that sustained these rugged pioneers in this desolate landscape. This is a wonderful place for couples or small groups who don’t mind enjoying a wedding ceremony and picnic reflecting on the beauty that is Marble Canyon. There are no services available but photo opportunities abound and the trail up the Paria River starts at the ranch.

Cathedral Canyon Extreme Hike
The hike into the Colorado River through Cathedral Canyon is for experts only including a few exposed down climbs with no rigging but for those truly wanting an extreme wedding adventure the views at the river and the solitude makes the difficult journey well worth it. If price is not an object, we can charter a helicopter from Grand Canyon, south rim or Page Lake Powell to Marble Canyon and even set up a lunch on the beach.


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