- Number of Sites:
- 16 Sites
- 7300 feet
- Reservations Accepted for Single Sites
Reservations Required for Group Sites
Navajo National Monument preserves three intact cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Puebloan people.
This simple campground is a tenth of a mile away from the visitor center on an unpaved road. It is free and quiet, and has fine canyon views on both sides. There are 16 sites, three of which are good for group camping. These group sites can be reserved by calling (928) 672-2700. There are composting toilets, charcoal grills, and no water; water is available at the other campground. People enjoy this campground for its silence and spectacular night skies.
- Vault Toilets
- Cooking Grills
- Group Sites Available
- Pets Allowed
Water is available at nearby Sunset View Campground.
SeasonApril 1 through September 30
Location135 miles northeast of Flagstaff
30 miles from Kayenta
- Total Sites:
- 16 Sites
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Pet PolicyPets must be restrained or on a leash. Hiking
From Flagstaff: Take US-89 north 62 miles turn right onto US-160 toward Tuba City. Take US-160 63 miles to AZ-564 turn left and Navajo National Monument is about 10 miles.