Summer hours: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM daily. Winter hours: TBD.
Entrance gate and Trading Post open daily 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Visitor Center is closed currently. Contact station and portable restrooms are available outside near the Visitor Center.
Please remember that Hubbell Trading Post NHS and the Navajo Nation are on Mountain Daylight Savings Time between from March thru November. The Navajo Nation includes parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. So, if it is 9 am at Hubbell's, than it is 8 am in Arizona.
Feel free to walk around and visit the barn, animals, guest hogan and trading post.
Limited in person activites will be offered upon staff availability. Talks, walks and House Peeks with limited number of visitors will begin in August.
Pets not allowed in buildings.
Leashed pets allowed in front parking lot area.
No smoking withing 30 feet of all historic buildings.
Hubbell Trading Post and Park Store
For over 100 years, community members and visitors to Ganado patron Hubbell Trading Post. Artists and weavers come from all over to trade their crafts for household items, groceries and cash. Stop by and shop for groceries, dry goods, rugs, jewelry and more. Stay awhile and enjoy a cup of Arbuckles' Coffee.
If you're looking for books, postcards or souvenirs, the park store is located inside the trading post. Become a member of Western National Parks Association and enjoy a 15% discount on items in the park store. The discount does not apply to groceries or arts and crafts.
Last updated: July 12, 2021
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site
P.O. Box 150