Situated on the Upper Sunshine Coast, the City of Powell River is located directly on the foreshore of the Salish Sea and boasts many ocean beach access points that the public can enjoy year-round. The City is also fortunate to have direct access to Powell Lake, one of the largest bodies of fresh water in the area. Here the outdoor recreational opportunities are endless! Many people call Willingdon Beach the hub of summer activity in Powell River. The beach itself is popular with families due to its protection from northerly winds and the expansive grassed area behind it that is perfect for picnics and extended afternoons, while the Willingdon Beach Trail follows the coast to the north along an old rail bed once used to carry logs to the wharf at the Powell River Company Mill. Interspersed by sand and rocky sections, Gibsons Beach is perfect for enjoying family picnics, beach-combing, and exploring.
Page - Lake Powell Guide - The Official Lake Powell Guide
Yep, I got some catching up to do. This is what happens when you are adventuring faster than you can write about them. Not a bad problem to have. Red Rock Campground is miles northeast of Los Angeles.
Jim’s Tips to Catching Redfish and Speckled Trout on Lake Powell in Inlet Beach
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Power boats and wave runners zip about while houseboats slowly wend their way deep into side canyons. The second largest man-made lake in the United States is the playground for Page, Arizona , and nearly three million visitors annually. Lake Powell is miles long and has 1, miles of shoreline, which is longer than the entire west coast of the continental United States. There are 96 major canyons to explore though you'll need a water craft for the majority of them since access is limited because there are few roads. Boats and PWC's can be rented from businesses in Page and at each of four marinas with tour boat cruises—from one hour up to seven hours—offered year round at Wahweap and Bull Frog marinas.