ASU Latin Jazz Band and Concert Jazz Band
15th Annual Fiesta de las Aves
49th Annual Verde Valley Fair
It's Cinco de Mayo on the Island
Come and Celebrate May 5th with $3 Margaritas and $2 Chips & Salsa
Delicious Dollar Deals
Visit our Food Pavilion and try these great dollar deals!
The Navajo Nation lands extend into the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. While the Navajo Nation operates on Daylight Savings Time from April to October, the rest of Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time.
The Navajo Nation reservation is home to many attractions including Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Navajo Nation Window Rock Monument & Veterans Memorial Park, Rainbow Natural Bridge, Chaco Cultural National Historical Park, Hubbell Trading Post and National Historic Site, and the Navajo Nation Tribal Museum among others.
Things to Do
Antelope Canyon Tribal Park, lcoated in LeChee, Arizona, features the upper and lower canyons as well as the east waterholes and the Rainbow Bridge Trail. Link to page
Canyon de Chelly National Monument is the longest uninterrupted, human inhabited, area in the Colorado Plateau. Today Navajo families make their homes, raise livestock and farm the lands in the canyon. Link to page
Explore Navajo Interactive Museum approximates the journey Navajos take through life. Link to page
Monument Valley Tribal Park is one of the most photographed monuments on earth and boasts sandstone masterpieces that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet. Link to page
Navajo Festival of Arts & Culture
Navajo Nation Fair
Navajo Rug Auction
Where to Stay
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Location and Nearby Communities
Window Rock is the capitol of the Navajo Nation, just a short drive from Gallup, off Highway 264 & Route 12.
Contacting the Tribe
PO Box 9000
Window Rock,AZ 86515
PO Box 9000
Window Rock, AZ 86515
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