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Canyon de Chelly National Monument – Chinle, AZ
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Canyon de Chelly (d'SHAY) is a labyrinth of canyons where red rock walls range in height from 30' to over 1,000'. On the canyon floor there are streams, cottonwoods and small farms. It is a sacred place, inhabited for nearly 5,000 years. It's silence beckons you to stop and enjoy it's beauty.

The National Monument is comprised of two scenic drives: North Rim (good for morning photos and South Rim (good for afternoon photos). There are overlooks along both roads giving the visitor different perspectives and views. Look for ruins of civilizations past built within the eroded walls.

There is only one hike that is open to visitors without a guide: White House Ruin. It is a 2.5 mile round-trip hike. Allow two hours as you will be descending 600 feet to the canyon floor. Bring sunscreen, hat, and plenty of water.

NOTE: The best way to really appreciate the beauty of this place is to take a Navajo-guided tour. We were going to do this but honestly, I didn't think my kids were old enough to appreciate and understand the history and stories of the guide. After research, I had wanted to choose Beauty Way Jeep Tours, a family run operation that has been around for 60 years. If you are interested in a guided tour, please check out their website at: http://canyondechellybeautywayjeeptours.com/

Year round park hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
**Note: Navajo Nation observes Mountain DAYLIGHT SAVING Time from March through the end of October while the rest of Arizona observes Mountain STANDARD Time. When it is 1 p.m. in Flagstaff, Arizona it is 2 p.m. at Hubbell Trading Post.**

There is no entrance fee.

Directions

The Visitor Center is 3 miles (4.8 km) from Route 191 in Chinle, AZ.

http://www.nps.gov/cach/index.htm
928-674-5500
Cottonwood Campground – Canyon de Chelly National Monument, AZ

Cottonwood Campground is conveniently close to Visitors Center and entrance to Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Most spots are shaded by Cottonwoods and nicely spaced. Each site has a picnic table and grill. We had a lot of ants in our site which made coming out to sit difficult. You may see feral horses wandering through the campground. Beware of big mounds of horse dung. Ground fires and alcoholic beverages are not allowed.

Address
Canyon de Chelly National Monument

RV Sites/Services Available

RV and/or Tent sites - choice of back-in or pull-thru. RV vehicles over 40' cannot be accommodated.
No hook-ups of any kind.

Services

- Picnic Table and Grills at each site
- 4 restroom buildings with flush toilets and sinks (no showers)
- Dump Station
- Pets OK

Check website for current pricing.

www.navajonationparks.org
928-674-2106
Flagstaff KOA – Flagstaff, AZ
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Flagstaff KOA is conveniently located on US-89 and provides a great jumping off point for Northern Arizona adventures including Grand Canyon National Park. Even though this campground is in a more urban area, once you pull in the driveway you will see that it sits within a forest of Ponderosa Pines. This campground provides nicely spaced sites to fit everyone's needs and is clean and maintained.

Address

5803 N. US Hwy 89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

RV Sites/Services Available

They offer the following types of RV Sites:

50 amp Water/Sewer/Cable, Water/Cable Only, Water/Sewer Only, Water/Sewer/Patio, Water/Sewer/Cable/Patio
20/30 amp Water/Sewer, Water

Tent sites available as well.

Cabins/TeePee's

Cabins - There are 2 cabins and each sleeps 4 - includes a full size bed, bunk beds and partial kitchen. There is a microwave and refrigerator in each. One cabin also has cable. You will need to bring your own bedding.

TeePee's - Tee-Pee's ave sand/rug floors and 2 full size adjustable beds. Can sleep up to 6 set up for 4.

Campground Amenities

Restrooms/Showers/Laundry
Playground
Nature Walk
Hiking (borders Coconino National Forest)
Free Wi-Fi
Mini Golf
Restaurant/Kamp Kitchen (Breakfast)
Banana Bikes

Check their website for pricing and reservation information!

Awards
2016 and 2014 KOA President's Award

2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

http://www.flagstaffkoa.com/
928-526-9926
Hubbell Trading Post N.H.S. – Ganado, AZ

Hubbell Trading Post offers a step back in time. It is the homestead of trader John Lorenzo Hubbell who began trading here in 1876. You can take a self-guided tour of Hubbell's homestead and/or pay $2/pp to take a guided tour of his home. The Trading Post is still open for business, selling food and sundries. Don't forget to check out the Jewelry and Rug Rooms. Traditional pieces are created by artisans from across the Colorado Plateau and traded here and available for purchase.

Hours & Fees

Year round park hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
**Note: Navajo Nation observes Mountain DAYLIGHT SAVING Time from March through the end of October while the rest of Arizona observes Mountain STANDARD Time. When it is 1 p.m. in Flagstaff, Arizona it is 2 p.m. at Hubbell Trading Post.**

There is no entrance fee but a $2/pp fee for the guided house tour.

Address

1/2 Mile W. Hwy. 191 on Hwy. 264 Ganado, Arizona 86505

Directions

Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site is located at mile post 446.3 on AZ state route 264. Visitors traveling on I-40 can take U.S. Highway 191 North to Ganado and drive west on Hwy. 264. If you are traveling from Gallup, New Mexico, you may take U.S. Highway 491 North to U.S. Highway 264 west toward Ganado, through Window Rock,Arizona. When you are driving south from Chinle, Arizona on Hwy. 191 you will drive east when you reach Hwy. 264.

http://www.nps.gov/hutr/index.htm
928-755-3254

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