Rich American history intertwines with a backdrop of nature’s exquisite bounties to create Arizona’s Navajo County. Located in the North of the American state of Arizona, Navajo County is home to breathtaking views and an unparalleled serenity that wins hearts. Navajo County owns the third most Indian Reservation land out of any county in America. Once a Navajo Indian settlement, the county is full of remnants from its unique and colorful past. The luscious lands of Monument Valley, Keams Canyon and the Petrified Forest National Park are located in the vicinity and act as active tourist destinations.
Famous for its natural minerals and large forests, this area can spark the interest of history buffs and adventurers alike. Not only does Navajo County have the perfect camping sites due to the forests nearby, it is also the perfect destination to indulge in refreshing outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, hunting and much more.
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