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Upper and Lower Antelope Canyons near Page, Arizona are slot canyons on the Navajo Reservation. The Interpretive site includes a ramada, picnic tables and interpretive panels. These sites have 200,000 to 300,000 visitors each year. Adobe Stock

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Plan unclear by Navajo Parks and Rec. for monies generated by tourism

LeChee Chapter officials met with the Resource and Development Committee (RDC) Oct. 11 to discuss concerns that the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department does not have a clear plan to capture tourism dollars for the Nation.

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Antelope Canyon gets new Interpretive Site (photo gallery)

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