Navajo Tribal Parks

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PARK STAFF & OFFICE LOCATION

Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park Office
P.O. Box 4803
Page, AZ  86040
(928) 698-2808 voice  (928) 698-2820 fax
email : ac@navajonationparks.org


Directions to our Office:
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The office is located qnext to the LeChee Chapter House, which is three miles south of Page, Arizona on Coppermine Rd. (Navajo Route 20). Information and permits can be obtained for Water Holes Canyon and the Rainbow Bridge trails.

Information and permits can be obtained for Water Holes Canyon, Antelope Canyon and Rainbow Bridge trails. There are two entrance booths with a set fee for both Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon.

PARK PLANNING

Visitor Center at Antelope Canyon

The upcoming new visitor center that will provide the following:

  • Serve as a “Gateway” to the Navajo Nation, Lake Powell area and Naat’sis’aan Scenic Road;

  • A place in a secure environment where history and stories of the landscapes, geological information, historical and cultural information about the Navajo people can be shared with travelers;

  • Promote and interpret the unique intrinsic qualities of the Naat’sis’aan Scenic Road.

    antelope canyon visitor center

    LAWS & POLICIES

    Unlawful carrying of deadly weapon T.17 - Section 320

    A. Offense. A person commits unlawful carrying of a deadly weapon if he or she carries a loaded firearm or any other type of deadly weapon.

    B. Exceptions. Subsection (A) of this section shall not apply to any of the following:
    1. To peace officers in the lawful discharge of their duties;
    2. To persons in private motor vehicle or other means of conveyance, for lawful protection of the person's or another's person or property, while traveling and such weapon is located in a closed trunk, luggage, or glove compartment of a motor vehicle;
    3. To a person in his or her residence, or on real property belonging to such person as owner, lessee, tenant, or licensee;
    4. To a person or persons carrying or discharging a firearm as an integral part of any traditional Navajo religious practice, ceremony, or service;
    5. To persons engaged in the hunting of game or predatory animals;
    6. The Chief Prosecutor of the Navajo Nation or employee of the Office of the Prosecutor of the Navajo Nation authorized by the Chief Prosecutor to acquire personnel protection device.

    C. Sentence. Any person found guilty of unlawfully carrying a deadly weapon shall be sentenced to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 180 days, or be ordered to pay a fine not to exceed $500, or both.

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