49th Annual Verde Valley Fair
ASU Creation Project: The Creation of Joseph Haydn
Musical Interlude Series: ASU Herberger String Quartet
BISBEE: The "Queen of the Mining Towns"... Daily Tucson Shuttles available! (w/ advance RSVP's)
Stroll Bisbee’s sidewalks and find delight at every turn: galleries, gourmet restaurants, coffee houses, book stores and specialty shops.
Tallest Fresh-Cut Christmas Tree in the Nation
The tree arrives at Outlets at Anthem on Oct. 20 at 6 a.m. A team of 14 will spend more than eight hours a day for two weeks on mobile cranes to shape and decorate the 27-foot-wide tree...
San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe
The San Juan Southern Paiutes have lived for the last several hundred years in territory east of the Grand Canyon, bounded by the San Juan and Colorado Rivers, with the Navajo and Hopi Tribes as their neighbors. They share a common heritage with the Southern Paiutes of Northern Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California.
The San Juan Southern Paiute Tribe is known for its hand-woven traditional baskets which utilize age-old weaving techniques. The basket designs and materials have been passed down from generation to generation. Using the age-old techniques, the younger generation are weaving more contemporary designs.
There are no organized tours to any areas of the reservation at the present time. All questions regarding a visit should be directed to the Office of the President, please see Contacting the Tribe (below) for contact information.
Where To Stay
There are no lodging facilities available on the reservation. However, accommodations can be found in Tuba City.
Location and Nearby Communities
The largest of the San Juan Southern Paiute Tribal communities is located at Willow Springs, about 15 miles east of Tuba City or 70 miles north of Flagstaff.
Contacting the Tribe
PO Box 2710
Tuba City, AZ