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Tower Butte at Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park - the newest attraction on Navajo Nation.
One of Mother Nature’s most unique creation is a massive rock formation called Tower Butte. Standing majestically, Tower Butte overlooks Lake Powell and in the distance, Navajo Mountain. (read more...)
Hozhóó, the harmonious balance between man and nature, will be maintained.
Lands characterized by vast open spaces will preserve sacred areas, natural landscapes and abundant scenery.
A symbiotic relationship between local communities and the natural environment will be achieved.
All people will be educated to be willing and enthusiastic stewards of the land.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department is to protect, preserve and manage tribal parks, monuments and recreation areas for the perpetual enjoyment and benefit of the Navajo Nation – the spectacular landscapes, buttes, canyons, clean air, diversity of plants and wildlife, and areas of beauty and solitude.
May it be beautiful before me.
May it be beautiful behind me.
May it be beautiful above me.
May it be beautiful below me.
May I walk in beauty.
The Navajo people have a custom that has endured. Whenever visitors come they are always treated as honored guests. They are offered shelter, warmth and nourishment so they can continue on with their journey. The same hospitality we offer to you, and we hope that you have a safe and pleasant visit to our land.
Navajo Parks and Recreation Department
CONTACT INFO The central office of Navajo Parks and Recreation Department is located in the capital of the Navajo Nation, Window Rock, Arizona. If you are in the area feel free to stop by and see us, we are here as a service to you. Our office is located just north of the Navajo Nation museum on highway 264 in Window Rock.
Tel : 928.871.6647
Fax : 928.871.6637
P.O. Box 2520
Window Rock, AZ 86515