Discover Navajo

Navajo Gaming was established in 2006, with the goal of providing modern, gaming entertainment within Navajoland  to visitors and locals alike. Currently operating four properties in New Mexico and Arizona, we are honored to showcase over 2,800 of the latest slot machines, table games, poker and Bingo.  Other amenities include a four-diamond hotel, many causal and fine dining restaurant choices, and convention space.

With three convenient properties, the Navajo Nation Hospitality Enterprise encourages people to stay in comfort at quality locations in the heart of Navajoland. Choose from a stay in the Capitol City of Window Rock, or in historic Tuba City at either Quality Inn. Rest from your travels along the I-40 freeway at the Navajo Travel Center near the Petrified Forest.

The Navajo Nation Shopping Centers, Inc. has ten locations throughout the Navajo Nation. These properties house various businesses and franchises providing goods and services to thousands of customers. NNSCI is focused on bringing even more franchises and businesses with the vision to see the opportunities available to them in the Navajo Nation.

The Capitol of the Navajo Nation, Window Rock is home to the Navajo Nation Museum. Exhibits range from historical artifacts and displays to examples of contemporary fine art. Our galleries are open to the public and are wheelchair accessible. Donations are always welcome to support and maintain this important endeavor, but are not required. Spend the day and immerse yourself in our rich and diverse history.

Established in 1964, the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department is proud to be responsible as the primary caretaker of Navajo lands set aside for preservation. Visitors are welcome to enjoy our many beautiful parks, monuments and recreation areas. Please do so with the respect and reverence such awe-inspiring sites deserve. Just as other public and private parks, there are rules and regulations that do apply. Please visit our web-site for park hours and other applicable details.

The Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprise has a long and venerated history of providing our customers with traditional and contemporary jewelry, the finest hand-woven rugs, and other authentic native Navajo artwork. Since 1941, NACE has grown to provide greater access to Navajo Artisans with locations in Arizona (Window Rock, Cameron, Kayenta, Chinle, & National Monument) and New Mexico (Shiprock & Alamo).