Nancy Sewell

Nancy Sewell

Gahanna, OH - Ohio, United States

February 06, 2017

Navajo National Monument is the state's largest prehistoric cliff dwelling and it contains Arizona's most plentiful Anasazi ruins. The Anasazi, the ancestors of future Native American tribes like the Pueblo and Navajo left behind incredible ruins. Navajo National Monument is located about nine miles north of Kayenta, Arizona which is about 140 miles northeast of Flagstaff AZ.

Navajo National MonumentNavajo National Monument is actually comprised of two distinct thirteenth century cliff dwellings, or pueblos. Referred to as Betatakin and Keet Seel, these dwellings were created beneath the Tgesi Canyon's overhang cliffs.

Archaeologists believe that the people who lived in the stone and mortar pueblos probably only resided there for half a century, but they left their mark in the dramatic complexes that were filled with a myriad of artifacts at the time of their discovery in the early twentieth century.

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February 06, 2017

Adult: $15 RULES: Nobody under age 18 after sunset. Clothing optional after dark.

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February 06, 2017

Huge portions of “OMG so good” tacos at cheap prices. It’s the perfect place for a quick, filling, and delicious meal.

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February 06, 2017

Day rates for hot springs:
$10.00 per person
6 & under, free
7 to 15, $5.00

Fall & Winter Hours: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Spring & Summer Hours: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

RV Hook-Ups

Water
Sewer
Electric: 20 - 50 amp
Pull-through available
RV Hook-up Pricing:

$45 per night plus tax* based on two people
$20 per night for each additional person
Access to bath house and outdoor rock pool

Tent Camping

Fire pits and picnic tables
Bathroom and showers
Access to hot springs pool
Tent Camping Pricing:

$20 per night per person plus tax*
Children 6 and under are free

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February 06, 2017

Kah-Nee-Ta offers 51 full hook-up RV sites. Motorhomes, Travel Trailers, Tent Trailers, Trucks with Campers, and 5th Wheels welcome. Lodging includes use of pools and mineral springs.

Day use Cost:
Adults (ages 13 & older) - $15 per person
Children (ages 4 - 12) & Seniors (55 +) - $10 per person

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February 06, 2017

Juntura usually slides below the radar of hot spring hunters. This is a nice one. It's usually during hunting season when Juntura Hot Springs sees most of its visits, by hunters. A few freelance Bureau of Land Management camping spots, useable for RVs and trailers, invite pulling up and staying a few days. Fall is a good time to visit, because it's a hot, desolate place in summer.

The hot springs is a mile walk from a parking area along the river. It's easy to find because there's a big orange arrow on one of the rocks pointing the way. Just follow the river downstream on an old BLM road and look for an island in the river, where it makes a big oxbow to the southeast.

The channel of the Malheur River that you need to walk across to reach the island barely has any water this time of year, so it's easy to skip across on rocks. That may not be the case in spring. The soaking pool, filled with 102-degree water, could hold a crowd of 30

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February 06, 2017

Looks like the day rate is around $8 and there is an RV park very close.

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February 06, 2017

DAY VISITOR RATES:

Mon-Thurs: $15/Adult $10/Child(3-14 yrs)
Fri-Sun: $18/Adult $12/Child(3-14 yrs)
$2 towel rental
$2 suit rental

No camping onsite

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February 06, 2017

Pool Rates
Individual / Single Visits
Adults $15.00/person or $25.00 for 2
Students/Seniors $12.00
Kids (3-11 years) $8.00
Kids (2 and under) Free

No camping onsite

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February 06, 2017

DRY RV AND TENT CAMPING:

RV Single Occupancy — $45
RV Single Occupancy (with Electric) — $55
RV Double Occupancy — $60
RV Double Occupancy (with Electric) — $70

Camp Site Single Occupancy — $45
Camp Site Double Occupancy — $60
Each Additional Adult — $25
Each Additional Child (4-14) — $15

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