Northeast Arizona Travel Guide
Plan Your Northeast Arizona Vacation
Northeast Arizona is a vast and magnificent land of lofty buttes, towering cliffs, and turquoise skies. Most of the land in the area belongs to the Navajo and Hopi, who adhere to ancient traditions based on spiritual values, kinship, and an affinity for nature. Spend time at some of the region’s most spectacular sites, such as Canyon de Chelly, Lake Powell, and surrounding Glen Canyon, and Monument Valley, and you’ll quickly come to appreciate why indigenous locals so revere the landscape.
Page has the area’s greatest concentration of lodgings, most of them fairly standard chain motels and hotels, but this... read more
Northeastern Arizona is a vast area with small hamlets and towns scattered miles apart, and there are few stores or... read more
Things To Do in Northeast Arizona
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Drive the rim roads at Canyon de Chelly: Visit one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the Southwest—it rivals the Grand... Read more
With roots tracing back thousands of years, Native Americans have lived in Arizona for hundreds of generations. Today, more than 250,000... Read more
Cottonwood Campground. This sometimes cramped and noisy campground has RV and tent sites right in Canyon de Chelly. Indian... Read more
The first inhabitants of the canyons arrived more than 2,000 years ago—anthropologists call them the basket makers, because baskets were... Read more
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