2008 – North Lake Powell Blvd. Overlook
Located on the north end of Lake Powell Blvd. and situated at mile 0 of the Page Rim View Trail, this overlook serves locals and visitors alike as a shady rest and relaxation spot to take in the beauty of Glen Canyon, Vermilion Cliffs, the Lake Powell National Golf Course and Bryce Canyon in the distance.
2011 – Horseshoe Bend Trail Ramada
Constructed as a mid-way resting spot along the original path leading to the famed Horseshoe Bend over-look, this project served hundreds of thousands of visitors for many years who visited from all around the world. Situated at the high and mid-way point of the trail, visitors found refuge from the summer heat while venturing along the trail. In 2018 the City of Page, in conjunction with the National Park Service, constructed a new ADA accessible trail to the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, rendering the shaded overlook inaccessible. So in 2020 the City of Page relocated the ramada to its current location in the City of Page Sports Complex Park.
2013-2014 – City of Page Memorial Plaza
In 2012 the Canyon Club received a request from a local citizens group for support to build some type of memorial to honor local military and public safety personnel who had lost their lives in the line of duty perhaps at the City Park. It was during that same time period that the Page City Council had made a decision to remove the large lawn in front of the Page City Hall. A decision was made by the Club to support the development of a memorial, and propose the front of City Hall as the new location.
The uniquely designed Page Memorial Plaza includes a memorial wall with individual plaques of local Military, Firefighters, and EMS personnel lost in the line of duty. Integrated within the memorial area is a paver section dedicated for local citizens to purchase engraved bricks honoring their loved ones. There is also an interpretive area with beautiful photographs of local attractions, an illustrated timeline describing the history of Page, a regional map, flagpole, and stage area for demonstrations and presentations.
Final completion and formal dedication ceremonies were held on May 2, 2014.
2016 – Page 4-H Club Animal Barn
For many years our local 4-H Club endured a make-shift shanty style facility in which to raise their animals, built mostly out of plywood and wooden pallets. This Project gave the club a new facility specifically designed by its members that would provide them with the flexibility they needed in which to house and care for a variety of animals.
2018-2019 – Grandview Overlook Park
2020 – Rim View Trail Mile Markers
2021 – Rim View Trailhead Bike Repair Station