Frequently Asked Questions
Navajo National Monument (NM)was established by President Taft in 1909.
Navajo NM was established to preserve three specific outstanding 13th century cliff dwellings in Northern Arizona.
Betatakin and Keet Seel can only be visited on foot with a National Park Service guide. Inscription House is closed to visitors.
Although limited visitation takes place at Betatakin and Keet Seel, visitation damage to the extremely fragile Inscription House cannot be mitigated. It has remained closed since 1968.
Camping and entrance are free. Guided tours and backcountry permits are also free. Donations are graciously accepted.
RVs should not exceed 28 feet in length.
Navajo NM is on the Navajo Nation and follows the Mountain daylight hours when applicable.
Did You Know?
Various groups of people have lived in the Four Corners for thousands of years. Most of the archaeological evidence that remains are from the people that lived here between 700 and 1500 years ago.