Enjoy the view at this incredible spot in the desert landscape of Arizona.
Stop by for an outdoor adventure as you travel along US Highway 89. Horseshoe Bend is an incredible sightseeing landmark located Southwest of Page, Arizona. As you enter the parking lot, there is access to a hiking trail that is 1.5 miles round trip. Stay away from the edge because the viewpoint is at the end of the trail and overlooks a 1,000-foot drop. Pets are allowed if they are on a leash up to 6 feet in length. Never leave pets in your car, especially in the summer. Before you come and visit, please bring plenty of water for everyone, including any pets.
The trail is ADA accessible, has a fairly flat terrain, and has a couple of shady areas along the way to help you stay cool. Some railings have been installed as of January 2020, but be careful of your footing as you observe Horseshoe Bend. The views at sunrise or sunset are absolutely incredible; however, if you don’t like crowds, the best times to come are usually between 11:30 am to 4 pm. Bring your camera with you to capture this awesome landmark. There is a $10 parking fee, which you pay once you get to the trailhead. Larger RVs and tour buses can park in the newly expanded parking area. During peak tourist season and especially on holidays, the parking lot tends to fill up quickly. If this occurs, come back later and never park on the side of the highway. Any parked vehicle will be ticketed and towed if left unattended.