Photos: Antelope Point and Lake Powell, May 2021

This page features aerial and ground-based photos of Antelope Point and Lake Powell in northern Arizona.

Lake Powell is the second-largest reservoir in the nation by capacity and began to fill with Colorado River water in the 1960s with the completion of Glen Canyon Dam.

Antelope Point, located near Page, Arizona, has been affected by the low water levels in Lake Powell. See this page for more information on the marina and this page to learn more about the public launch ramp.

DateMay 2021
LocationAntelope Point, Utah (map)
CreditAlexander Heilner/The Water Desk with aerial support from LightHawk
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