About Antelope Point Marina

Welcome to Antelope Point Marina. We want to share Lake Powell with you and your family. Come join us at Lake Powell for HouseBoating, 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 the vision of Jerry and project manager Kevin, whom has over seen the construction from the beginning.   When the Navajo Nation, National Park Service and Antelope Point Holdings LLC, signed Concession and Lease agreements, Antelope Point Marina began it’s mission and has changed the way guests look at and experience Lake Powell.  Kevin’s vision continues to unfold and we can’t wait to experience the entire project as it gets built out in the years to come.  Antelope Point Marina’s  commitment to customer service offers special amenities like 24 hour courtesy cart service to and from the Marina, Valet Boat launching and retrieval, over 98,000 sq. ft of enclosed storage, and acres of outdoor storage.

Each year many people look forward to spending their vacation on Lake Powell, exploring one of the many scenic side canyons. HouseBoating has become the favored way to explore these remote canyons where you can enjoy experiencing Lake Powell and all of its Majesty.  Antelope Point has become a favored launch point on Lake Powell especially when the Castle Rock Cut is closed. The cost of fuel will be less and you will be lowering your carbon footprint by consuming less fuel when departing from Antelope Point Marina.

Antelope Point Marina is commitment to our environment and a Clean and Green Marina.

View our Environmental Policy Here

View our Green Purchasing Policy Here

View Antelope Point’s commitment featured in the Greenline Article Here