PAGE - Visitors to Horseshoe Bend are now required to park in a makeshift parking lot alongside State Route 98.
The makeshift parking – east of State Route 89 – is for visitors to Horseshoe Bend. Visitors are required to park here and travel by a shuttle to the Horseshoe Bend trailhead, according to the city of Page website.
This parking situation will be only temporary due to construction at the trailhead. Large vehicles, such as busses, will be the only vehicles allowed to access the parking lot at the trailhead.
For safety reasons, parking is not permitted along Route 89 and violators will be cited.
Timothy Suan, the community development director, did not reply to multiple phone calls and an office visit requesting comment and an interview.
Shuttle fees and policies:
$5 per person for a round trip, starting from the makeshift parking lot to Horseshoe Bend trailhead and back. Children under 2 are free.
Visitors can purchase tickets online or pay on-site with either cash or credit card.
Strollers and collapsible wheelchairs can be placed in the luggage storage area of the shuttle.
Food, drinks, and glass containers are not allowed on the shuttle. However, only water is permitted.
• Smoking on the shuttle is not allowed.
• This service is available from Jan. 30 to April 15
• The first shuttle departs the temporary parking lot at 9 a.m.
• The last shuttle departs Horseshoe Bend trailhead at 4 p.m.
• Shuttles run every 15 minutes
Information and to purchase tickets online: http://bit.ly/hbshuttle