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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Camping and Lodging

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Monument valley
Looking for that perfect photo at sunset

Hotels/Motels

Lodging is available just outside the park at Kayenta, AZ, 22 miles south. (Rates, availability, traveler review and reservations online)

The View located in the park and the Goulding's Lodge and Trading Post at the entrance to park also have rooms.



Camping & RV Parks

Mitten View Campground near the Visitor Center
is now part of the View Hotel you can get infomation here.

 

 


Park Backcountry Camping
There is no backcountry camping in Monument Valley. Camping is available only in designated campgrounds.

 


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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
The movie Stagecoach, in 1939 introduced two stars to the American public, John Wayne, and Monument Valley. Visiting Monument Valley gives you a spiritual and uplifting experience that few places on earth can duplicate. Take a look at this spectacular scenery in this DesertUSA video.

Canyon de Chelly National Monument
Canyon de Chelly NM offers the opportunity to learn about Southwestern Indian history from the earliest Anasazi to the Navajo Indians who live and farm here today. Its primary attractions are ruins of Indian villages built between 350 and 1300 AD at the base of sheer red cliffs and in canyon wall caves.

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