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route #4: Grand Canyon National Park to Lake Powell, Arizona 
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We exited Grand Canyon National Park and entered the Navajo Nation driving AZ-64E along the Little Colorado River. The river is snaking through the Painted Desert and as we drove we had a sneak peek of the cliffs of the Gorge. The spectacular landscape though is only revealed at the Navajo Nation Tribal Park

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We had reserved a spot in the Wahweap RV & Campground, ¼ mile from the shore of Lake Powell, one of the available lake resorts with powerboats for renting, restaurant, lounge, gift shop, laundry, convenience store, restrooms etc. The location is just scenic…

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Lake Powell Campground, Arizona
Swimming was not something we thought we would have the opportunity to do. But hey… There was a lake and there was a beach and there were people in the water; unexpectedly refreshing. And when it got dark, we picked-up our red folding chairs and headed to the campsite. At the entrance a sign was saying: “If you only look straight you will miss all the stars

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route #4: Grand Canyon National Park to Lake Powell, Arizona 
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NEXT ROUTE

We exited Grand Canyon National Park and entered the Navajo Nation driving AZ-64E along the Little Colorado River. The river is snaking through the Painted Desert and as we drove we had a sneak peek of the cliffs of the Gorge. The spectacular landscape though is only revealed at the Navajo Nation Tribal Park

Check out the print edition for more information.

We had reserved a spot in the Wahweap RV & Campground, ¼ mile from the shore of Lake Powell, one of the available lake resorts with powerboats for renting, restaurant, lounge, gift shop, laundry, convenience store, restrooms etc. The location is just scenic…

Check out the print edition for more information.

Lake Powell Campground, Arizona
Swimming was not something we thought we would have the opportunity to do. But hey… There was a lake and there was a beach and there were people in the water; unexpectedly refreshing. And when it got dark, we picked-up our red folding chairs and headed to the campsite. At the entrance a sign was saying: “If you only look straight you will miss all the stars

Check out the print edition for more information.