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“Not worth the drive”
Review of Navajo Reservation

Navajo Reservation
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Owner description: The home of the Navajo Indians is the largest Indian reservation in the U.S.
Reviewed July 23, 2013

Arrived at window rock formation and the wind talkers monument. It was interesting to see, but we were on our way to another place at the time. I would not have made the 1/2 hr trip off the highway just for this, although it was interesting

7  Thank 99KarenH
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Reviewed July 21, 2013

This is a place that the Dine, or Navajo, people have made their home, even though historians tell us that they have arrived here within historical times and have their ancient roots much farther to the north. It is a place that can strike you as either barren or beautiful, depending on the time you take to understand it. I subscribe to the latter view, with the beauty coming not just from the scenery but from the culture and people. It is worth visiting, and respecting when you are interacting with it.

6  Thank AnnArborMiBob
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Reviewed June 18, 2013

We visited Window Rock as it was along the way since we have to stay near Window Rock for the night. I definitely would not recommend driving all the way to view this attraction as it is the only attraction besides a couple of statues in the Navajo Reservation.

6  Thank joltt
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Reviewed May 26, 2013

We enjoyed our short visit to the Navajo Tribal Park to see the Code Talkers memorial and Window Rock (the actual rock). There were several school groups visiting when we were there, and it was nice to see children learning about the heroics of the Code Talkers and enjoying the pleasant park setting. As a Tony Hillerman fan, I was also thrilled to see the Navajo Nation headquarters building just across the parking lot from the Tribal Park.

4  Thank Cynthia010
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Reviewed January 27, 2013

If you are driving through Navajo Nation I would definitely suggest stopping by the Capital and seeing the wonderful rock formations here. I don't think there is as much unique things to do here vs. other attractions in Northern Arizona, but I wouldn't pass up this opportunity if near this area.

2  Thank jesselodge
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