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On the SW corner of the Navajo Nation at the junction of US Highways 89 & 64. 1-hour drive from Grand Canyon National Park and Flagstaff, AZ.


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Navajo Trail Trading Post

Navajo Trail Trading Post is a full-service travel stop on Navajoland, in Cameron, Arizona.
Winter hours: 6am-9pm; Summer hours (April-October): 6am-10pm


Services & Offerings

Constructed in 2016, this beautiful 10,000-square-foot complex offers the following:

  • Both fast food (Burger King) and casual, sit-down dining (McAlister's Deli).
  • Native American Indian jewelry and handicrafts made by Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni artists.
  • Compelling, storewide interpretive exhibits detailing the history of the Navajo people, including a FREE, self-guided Walking Tour.
  • High-end, western-themed clothing and gift items from popular brand names such as Pendleton, Double D, and Tasha Polizzi.
  • Snacks, sundries, and souvenirs in our convenience store.
  • Clean, spacious restrooms.
  • Chevron fuel and RV dumping stations.
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