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The newest marina at lake powell, antelope point.

In 2004 Lake Powell opened Antelope Point Marina located about 7 miles from Page, AZ.    The marina is operational and growing every year with new amenities and services. 

When completely finished 300 boats slips will available with a floating restaurant, repair shop, and parts department.  Showers, restrooms and laundry facilities will also be dockside.  This new marina promises to provide luxury accommodations like no other at Powell, including wireless Internet access.

Launch Ramp

The existing Antelope Point launch ramp has been non functional for a while due to the low water levels.  During low water conditions an extension of this ramp was installed in preparation for when the water level raise back up.  It's hopeful the Antelope public ramp will be operational this summer, 2008.  The NPS regulations do not allow commercial launchings on this ramp, IE no houseboat launches.  Only private vessels will be allowed to be launched which will keep the traffic down to a nice level.



Hotel & Campground

There will be hotel and campground facilities at the new marina eventually.  Right now the schedule is still in flux, but as we get more info on that we will post it.

Other Amenities

Some other interesting amenities at the new marina will include private parking lots with card key access for those who have permanent slips.  Golf cart shuttling will be available from the parking lot all the way to your slip, made possible with super wide 12' dock cement walkways.  The slips will have 24/7 security, locked card key access to slips, and security cameras around the marina.  Wireless Internet access is available for those that need to stay to touch.



If you've ever seen the waves from tour boats and the marina barges that go up and down the lake, you know how destructive their wakes can be.  In the past the national park service (NPS) has forbidden these boats to go fast in the old narrows when they see houseboats in their areas.  This old narrows area was about a 3mi section of lake that has vertical walls on both sides.  These vertical walls act like an echo chamber for waves, not allowing to waves to disperse like a normal flat shoreline does.  When a large tour boat goes through this area at speed the waves bounce off the walls, back and forth for 15 to 20 minutes, producing violent waves that can be a serious threat to small boats, especially those that are being towed by houseboats. 

When the Castle Rock Cut is closed the above danger extends all the from the "S Curve" down by the dam all the way up to the Narrows on the side end of Padre Bay.  It can be dangerous, so be aware and alert when you're traveling this area. 

The good news is Castle Rock Cut is open again.  Since tour boats and barges can now take that shortcut the areas from the S curve to the Narrows is not as violent as in the past.  Antelope Marina users will have less traffic and less chop through the "wash tub" isle of doom..... as some folks call it.

Make sure you listen to the weather report.  If you have a tournament ski boat your risk is even higher when towing the boat behind a houseboat.  Mid-engine boats can take water over the bow very easy in these choppy waters because the front of the boat is heavier, given the mid-ship location of the motor.  You'll need to have someone watch the boat 100% of the time when going through these narrow channel areas of doom.