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Navajo Nation Parks Remain Open During Shutdown

October 02
17:48 2013

While our National Parks are closed due to the recent government shutdown, all Navajo Nation Parks are open and will remain open. Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department Manager Martin L. Begaye reminds everyone that all Navajo Nation tribal parks are currently open and not affected by the federal government shutdown. Begaye also said Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation is receiving a lot of questions regarding the impact of the federal shut down upon its tribal parks.

Navajoland visitors appreciate unique adventures and cultural experiences that the Navajo Nation has to offer.” — Martin Begaye

Over 170,000 international and US tourists visit the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Parks annually, which include:


Lower Antelope Canyon Remains Open

Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park which manages

  • Upper Antelope Canyon
  • Lower Antelope Canyon
  • Upper Part of East Waterholes
  • Lower Part of East Waterholes
  • Rainbow Bridge Trail
  • Tower Butte at Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park

Put on your hiking shoes, hit the roads and enjoy the magnificent weather and unique cultural and geological wonders of Northern Arizona. Many opportunities await you at the Navajo Nation Tribal Parks.

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