March 7, 2017
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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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.
Coconino County Parks and Recreation and Navajo Parks and Recreation Department hosted a dedication ceremony for the new Antelope Canyon Interpretive Site March 3 at the Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park