NDOH PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY ORDER NO. 2022-004; Declares “Yellow Status” for all Businesses and Increases the maximum occupancy allowed to 75-percent, which includes hotels, campgrounds and RV parks, museums, zoos, marinas and parks, thereby Navajo Parks and Recreation will continue to follow all NDOH and CDC Guidelines; therefore Navajo Nation mandates Wearing Masks in Public indoor/outdoor.
***Per Mask Mandate Masks to be worn at all times Indoor/Outdoor.***
Little Colorado River Gorge
The Little Colorado River Gorge Entry Fee is purchased upon arrival. Wear your Mask! Masks are required in all Navajo Tribal Park areas per Navajo Nation mandate.
Park Entry Fee to the Overlook: $8.00 per person, per day. Up to overlook only. We do not accept National Park Passes as we are a Tribal Park and subject to Navajo Nation Laws.
Backcountry Permits: are issued upon request tribal park areas you are going to hike. $15.00 per person. Additional Fees may apply.
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 p.m.
All Tribal Parks are Closed:
Thanksgiving Day , NN Family Day , Christmas Day , and New Year’s Day.
*Navajo Nation honors Daylight Savings Time, DST
About Little Colorado River Gorge
The Little Colorado River Gorge is the gateway to historic Grand Canyon, the Little Colorado River has two viewpoints that are in walking distance from the parking lot for your viewing pleasure. LCR has Ramada’s and park benches for your enjoyment. The rugged terrain and rigged rocks are what the area has to offer for the avid hiker. Please attain a Backcountry Permit before hiking, let someone know where you will be hiking and sign out upon return.
The Little Colorado River Gorge a scenic view while on your way to the Grand Canyon. For more information you can visit the Navajo Park and Recreation Visitor Center located at the entrance into the canyon. Hwy 89 and 64. It’s located about 10 miles from the Navajo Parks and Recreation Visitor Center.
Our Mission 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.