Managed by the National Park Service, Navajo National Monument preserves three intact ancient cliff dwellings. There are ranger guided tours as well as self guided trails.
Navajo National Monument is located in Arizona, at the end of State Highway 564, off of US160.
There are Ranger guided tours of ancient, intact cliff dwellings of ancestral Hopi and Zuni peoples dating between 700 to 1500 years before present.
There is a year-round visitors center and two campgrounds located at the Monument. There are no use fees to visit or camp here. The guided tours are free as well, just make sure you stop by the visitors center for a schedule and to sign up. In the visitors center bookstore you will find maps, books and other publications describing the history of the people that lived here long ago (Hopi and Zuni), as well as the people that live here now (Navajo).