Navajo Tourism Department
P.O. Box 663
Window Rock, AZ 86515
United States of America
Antelope Point Marina
Hugging the shoreline near some of the most scenic stretches of Lake Powell, the Navajo Nation-owned and operated marina has been designed to blend with the exquisiteness of its surroundings.
Antelope Point Marina offers upscale amenities and first-class accommodations unlike few other marinas and resorts in the country. The $80 million dollar project, which was built in four phases, was in the planning stages for more than 30 years. Built on Navajo and National Park land, the marina and resort reflects the rich culture and history of the people of the Navajo Nation.
Upon full completion, Antelope Point Marina and Resort will comprise of 225 Resort Casita units, a Navajo Cultural Center, artist studios, 300 wet slips for lease, 120 wet slips for the boat rental fleet, 80 wet slips for courtesy docking, a floating marina village, 30 acres of dry storage, an RV park and campground area.
Jádí To´oh Restaurant
Operating Hours from May thru October:
Open Daily from 11am to 8pm
(Arizona Standard Time)
A Full Service Restaurant and Bar – Open for Lunch and Dinner.
Experience this floating restaurant on the waters of Lake Powell, after a day of exploring the nearby Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons.
Welcome to Antelope Point Marina
We want to share Lake Powell with you and your family. Come join us at Lake Powell for House Boating, wake-boarding, fishing, boat tours, a great meal and spectacular shopping at our one of a kind Market Place Store and Welcome Center Gift Shop. You’ll find our staff to be friendly, courteous and ready to assist when you arrive.
Lake Powell is located in Arizona and Utah. Antelope Point Marina is located in the state of Arizona adjacent to the town of Page. The property encompasses over 600 acres of land on the Navajo Nation
Antelope Point Marina is commitment to our environment and a Clean and Green Marina.
Be prepared to pay entrance fee’s at Antelope Point Marina. This marina is a part of the Glen Canyon National Recreational Park area, therefore it observes the GCNRP fee’s (but if you purchased a NPR Glen Canyon entrance fee within 7 days of visiting another Glen Canyon recreational area, the pass is good to use at Antelope Point Marina entrance):
Entrance Fees – Weekly
Entrance Fees – Annual Passes
Commercial Tour Fees
Van or bus 7-25 people: $40
Motor coach 26+ people: $100
For more information contact:
Tour Groups Available
Schedule (All 1-Hour Departure) –
Bottled Water included with tour & additional snack & beverage packages available
Rainbow Bridge is one of the world’s largest known natural bridges. The span has undoubtedly inspired people throughout time – from the neighboring American Indian tribes who consider Rainbow Bridge sacred, to the 85,000 people from around the world who visit it each year. Visit, call or use the website to contact the Antelope Point Marina to book a boat tour to the Rainbow Bridge!
Antelope Hogan Bed and Breakfast is a Navajo-owned and operated company with the knowledge of traditional Navajo culture. The goal of Antelope Hogan Bed and Breakfast is to provide guests with the experience of lodging in a traditional Navajo hogan while being immersed in the culture that our ancestors created.
Come and enjoy a unique experience into a classic culture in the natural setting of Navajo families. Enjoy traditionally built hogans, storytelling, history, a weaving presentation, and Native American dancing to conclude the tour.