Drupal 6 - Create a page.tpl for a View

Just found a cool trick . . .
You can create a template file to theme almost any aspect of views output. In your case you want to create a custom template for your page display.

On the view designer, click the Theme link in Basic Settings. You'll see some template file naming options depending on if you want to theme the whole view (e.g., views-view--example--page.tpl.php), each row (e.g., views-view-fields--example--page.tpl.php) and so on.

Copy the appropriate template you want to customize from /sites/all/modules/views/theme to your theme and customize as you wish.

Once you create your custom template file, you can go back to the view designer Theme link to make sure it is being used. Your template should be bolded.

Hope this helps.

So my path was http://www.domain.com/calendar/campus/1

making the template name page-calendar.tpl.php