Navajo National Monument is located 9 miles off of HWY 160 at the end of AZ HWY 564.
Junction 564 is located 19 miles west of Kayenta where visitors will take a right on to AZ HWY 564 if they are driving from Kayenta (visitors will take a left if driving towards Kayenta, AZ).
Once on AZ HWY 564, visitors will drive 9 miles until they reach park boundaries and the visitor center.
Navajo National Monument is a free park and does not have an entrance fee.
Navajo National Monument is a non-fee park located within the Navajo Nation in Northeastern Arizona. The park protects three cliff dwelling sites (Betatakin, Keet Seel, and Inscription House) that date back to 1300 AD.
Betatakin tours are offered twice a day (8:15am and 10am) during the morning and are available on a first-come basis. There is a limit to how many hikers can join these tours which is 25 hikers per tour.
Keet Seel uses a 17 mile backcountry trail to arrive at the site. Tours are available by making an advance reservation. To make a reservation call 928-672-2700 or 2727. Please note that only 20 hikers are allowed on the Keet Seel trail per day.
Two free campgrounds are also available on a first-come basis.
OPEN CAMPFIRES ARE NOT ALLOWED AT ALL CAMPSITES AND WITHIN THE PARK
Last updated: July 28, 2018