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Navajo National Monument Campground

Statistics Elevation
7280'
Season
All Year
Days Limit
7
Fee
No
Units
30
Trailer Limit
28'
GPS Location
36° 41' 9.77"N
110° 32 27.13"W
Access
Paved/Dirt
 
Amenities Potable Water
Yes
Waste Disposal
No
Restrooms
Vault
Showers
No
Reservations
928-672-2700
Store Nearby
Kayenta
Campsite Grills
Yes
Campsite Tables
Yes
Fire Rings
No
Utility Hookups
No
Information
928-672-2700
Firewood
No Fires
Fishing Supplies
-
Laundry
-
Gas & Propane
Kayenta/ Flagstaff
ATV Use
No
Visitor Center
On Site
 
Fish Species Rainbow Trout
-
Cutthroat Trout
-
Brook Trout
-
Brown Trout
-
Apache Trout
-
Crappie
-
Yellow Bass
-
Flathead Catfish
-
Tilapia
-
Yellow Perch
-
Carp
-
Redear Sunfish
-
Bluegill
-
Green Sunfish
-
Walleye
-
Northern Pike
-
Channel Catfish
-
Sunfish
-
Smallmouth Bass
-
Largemouth Bass
-
Striped Bass
-
White Bass
-
Arctic Grayling
-
Bullhead
-
Fly and Lure Only
-
Acreage
-
Body of Water Depth
-
Catch and Release Areas
-
Boats Allowed
-
Motor Limit
-
Boat Rentals
-

 

The monument features a visitor center, two short self-guided mesa top trails, two small campgrounds, and picnic area. In the summer, rangers guide visitors on tours of the Keet Seel and Betatakin cliff dwellings. Tours are usually available during the winter, spring, and fall months as well. Please call! 928-672-2700

The visitor center features museum exhibits about ancestral puebloan people (Hisatsinom), modern Navajo culture, and a 20-minute movie about the Betatakin cliff dwelling. Traditional demonstators show their crafts (rug and basket weaving, silversmithing, painting) during the summer months. Behind the visitor center, two short trails take visitors to an overlook of the Betatakin (called Talastima by Hopi) cliff dwelling, and an overlook of a relict forest left over from the Ice Age. Signs along the trails identify native plants and how the Hopi and Navajos have traditionally used them. Betatakin guided hikes are available most days; call to make arrangements (928)672-2700. It is a three- to four-hour, five-mile ranger-guided tour. No fees are charged. Hikers should bring drinking water and be prepared for a strenuous trek. Tours to Keet Seel, a 17-mile hike, are available. Call to find out more about this fine hike (928-672-2700). The monument is surrounded by Navajo Nation land, which is essentially private property. The campground is free and is open year-round.

The above description courtesy of the National Park Service.

Directions

From Flagstaff take I-40 east to Hwy 89 (the Page/Grand Canyon exit). Head north to Hwy 160 (Tuba City Exit). head east on Hwy 160 to S.R. 564 which basically dead ends in the campground.

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