Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Glen Canyon has three visitor centers available to the public.
Carl Hayden Visitor Center is located two miles west of Page, Arizona, on the canyon rim overlooking
Glen Canyon Dam. It offers many displays, a book store area, free slide shows, tours of Glen Canyon Dam, and
other activities. It has recently been renovated to be an energy efficient showcase.
The Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center located at Navajo Bridge near Lees Ferry, is the newest visitor
center in the park. It includes a well stocked supply of regional books and interpretive items in the sales
area, a sheltered picnic area and a state of the art composting toilet system. Close by is a Navajo vendor
village selling Native American arts and crafts. Currently Navajo Bridge Interpretive Visitor Center is open
daily from April through October.
Bullfrog has a modern facility on Hwy 276 near the Bullfrog Marina. It houses all of the park service
uplake operations including law enforcement and medical facilities. Visitors can view park exhibits on archeology,
geology, history, and anthropology during the summer season. There is also a book store with a good selection of
titles pertaining to the area.