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(08/12/21) There is a MASK MANDATE on the Navajo Nation. Please wear a mask when visiting — indoors and outdoors in all public spaces. https://bit.ly/3k3YxaY


(05.11.22) IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ASAAYI LAKE OPEN
Day Use only 8am-4:30pm Wednesday-Sunday. Entry fee $10/vehicle (CASH ONLY). A valid NN Fishing License is required. RELEASE


(09.05-11.2022) Navajo Nation Fair 
NNF Open Indian Rodeo; Song & Dance; PowWow; Miss Navajo Competition; Navajo Nation Parade.


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Little Colorado River Navajo Tribal Park

Nature's Time Capsule

From a picnic ground and overlook, this Navajo Tribal Park offers visitors a fantastic view of the deep narrow gorge of the Little Colorado River. The finely layered upper limestone cliffs contrast with the massive sandstone below, evidence of a shallow sea that existed in this desertscape some 250 million years ago.

The Little Colorado River begins at Mount Baldy in the White Mountains of Arizona and makes its way northward to St. Johns, Joseph City, Winslow, Wupatki National Monument, and Cameron before reaching the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.

For more information contact:

Cameron Visitor Center
Navajo Parks & Recreation
P.O. Box 459
Cameron, AZ 86020