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“Worth a pit-stop”

Little Colorado River Gorge
Ranked #2 of 3 things to do in Cameron
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed January 7, 2014

We stopped on our way between the Grand Canyon and Page, AZ.
It was a good leg-stretcher, and reasonably scenic and interesting.
Entry is by donation, which we happily paid.
This site isn't going to blow your sox off like Horseshoe Bend of a slot canyon, or the Grand Canyon, but it is worth a stop on your way.

Thank Arncliffegirl
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Reviewed December 4, 2013

If you are driving by, you may want to stop here and take a photo or two, look at some Native American crafts for sale, and use the facilities. It is easy off and on the road and will only take a few minutes. There is a suggested price for entering when the entry station is manned.

Thank NewPlaceFan
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Reviewed October 7, 2013

With the Grand Canyon closed, my wife and I were looking for other experiences. We enjoyed our visit to this tribal park but would not rate it as anything but average. There were a number of vendors of native art and jewelry and my wife did make a purchase that she felt good about. Frankly, if we had visited the Grand Canyon, we would not have considered stopping at this park.

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Reviewed May 17, 2013

The canyon is actually pretty deep, and locals sell their wares here. It's a tribal park that takes donations to get in. Gravel parking lot and restrooms are available. All in all, worth a short stop.

1  Thank NewPlaceFan
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Reviewed April 29, 2013

This stop made a nice break on our long trek to Monument Valley from Grand Canyon N.P. Donations requested at the entry gate (vs. a flat fee.) There is a fair amount of rim-side walkway (with iron railings) overlooking a deep ravine/canyon, presenting some photo opps. There's also a setup for Navajo vendors to sell their goods (handmade pottery, jewelry, sand art, etc.) In mid-April, only about a third of the vendor booths were full, but there was a good mix of products, from a bit-too-touristy, to quite lovely art pieces. I regret not picking up a nice "horse hair" fired pottery Christmas ornament there - later, at Cameron Trading Post, essentially the exact same ornament was about $10 more!

Thank Chris B
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