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1 Cameron Road
Page, AZ. 86040


History of Lake Powell Mobile Home Village

Less than 50 years ago this remote area changed forever when survey crews began laying out streets to accommodate the construction camps forming to build Glen Canyon Dam and power plant. The then unnamed town was planned for a 16.7 sq. mile parcel the Bureau of Reclamation had traded with the Navajo Tribe.

60s Construction Camp

During early construction of the Glen Canyon Dam workers moved trailers to the west side of the canyon... The community of Page, Arizona had begun!    (photo - NAU Cline LIbrary)


To insure a reliable source of labor for the dam, the Bureau's construction projects grew to include not only Glen Canyon Dam, but the huge mobile home park that would grow to house 576 spaces.

Following construction of Glen Canyon Dam in 1963, the population of Page declined for nearly a decade. Plans were made for federal lands within the community, including the mobile home park, to be transferred to city government. In 1975 the City of Page was incorporated as an Arizona city.

The City of Page owned and operated Page-Lake Powell Mobile Home Village until voters approved the sale of the park in 2007.

Now under private ownership, Lake Powell Mobile Home Village is undergoing a renovation of the facility. Owner Larry Tardie, whose experience includes management and ownership of several mobile home and R.V. parks in the western U.S., invites you to tour the park, visit with our staff and learn more about your new home at Lake Powell Mobile Home Village!

Call for information at 928-654-0344.



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