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Window Rock (Navajo) Tribal Park

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Monument Valley is a Navajo Nation tribal park, straddling the border of northeastern Arizona and southeastern Utah of the Colorado Plateau. It preserves the Navajo way of life and some of the most striking and recognizable landscapes of sandstone buttes, mesas and spires in the entire Southwest. The area is entirely within the Navajo Indian Reservation near the small Indian town of Goulding, establised in 1923 as a trading post, and now has a comprehensive range of visitor services.

There are fees to enter the park. The park is open year-round except Christmas Day. The park is open Thanksgiving Day from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

The park hours are:

*Summer (May-September): 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.

*Winter (October-April): 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

This visitor center is one mile east of U.S. highway 163 on the Arizona-Utah border.

Location: PO Box 9000, Window Rock Arizona 86515 Telephone 520 871-6647 Toll Free: 520 871-6636

Other History nearby:
(Chinle) Canyon de Chelly NP & Monument
(Thoreau) Casamero Pueblo
(Window Rock) Navajo Nation Council Chambers
(Window Rock) Navajo Nation Museum
(Window Rock) Navajo Nation Veterans Memorial
(Zuni) Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission

01/27 Coming to The Window Rock area