Lake Powell Boating

Lake Powell – Ticaboo / Bullfrog Marina

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Surrounded by inviting beaches, spectacular red rock landscape, and nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline, crystal blue Lake Powell is an oasis in southern Utah’s high desert. The 186-mile lake straddles the Utah-Arizona border, creating a haven for water sports, fishing, boating, and sunbathing on the red sand beaches surrounded by towering red rock cliffs. Sun, scenery, and warm breezes…what more can you ask for?

Rainbow Bridge at Lake Powell – Glen Canyon NRA

Set your sights on Bullfrog Marina as

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The Burr Trail – Boulder, Utah to Bullfrog at Lake Powell

This long and scenic road passes through a mid-section of the Burr Trail

Utah’s Burr Trail road is a 66-mile scenic backway that winds through some of the most untamed areas of Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Capitol Reef National Park and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.  The Burr Trail Road is easily accessible from Boulder, at the junction with Scenic Byway 12, near the southern tip of Capitol Reef National Park and the base of Boulder Mountain.

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Bullfrog / Ticaboo – Lake Powell

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Lake Powell – Ticaboo – Bullfrog Marina

Boaters enjoy the sun and warm breezes near Bullfrog Marina at Lake Powell

When you visit Lake Powell we suggest that the Bullfrog Marina is the best place to access the lake, and that Ticaboo will be a great place to obtain lodging and other services while visiting this marina.   Here’s some information to support our recommendation.

Like an oasis in the red rock desert, Lake Powell beckons visitors with its sparkling

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