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Cool stop on the way from Cameron to the Grand Canyon. This property is owned by the Navajo people, so there is a small donation to enter. Beautiful overlook of the Little Colorado River, very steep in some places.
This lookout is inside the Navajo Indian reservation and a donation is suggested to enter. Did not have any problems with the gentleman collecting the donations at the entrance. There are clean bathrooms and this alone is worth making a donation. It is a short...More
The far eastern portion of the Grand Canyon along the Colorado River and Little Colorado River falls within the boundaries of the Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation in the United States. Though "Grand Canyon East" is not formally recognized as a Grand Canyon...More
We enjoyed the view. The river is very far down and you can see how nature carved its way through the landscape.
There was a requested donation to the Indian Tribe owners of the property for maintenance to enter the property, which was fine. There...More
I stopped here en route to the Grand Canyon south rim. I wasn't sure what I was stopping at - I got suckered in. Compared with other scenary across the world it was nice. But compared to the Grand Canyon I could have skipped it...More
The Little Colorado River Overlook is part of the Little Colorado River Navajo Tribal Park, just a few miles west of Cameron, Arizona, so if you are traveling in US highway 89, you can visit the overlook and get back on the road within an...More
Technically this is part of the grand canyon but you wouldn't know it from looking at it. This is in Navajo country and the entrance fee is a donation. Not worth going out of your way, but worth the stop if going by on RT64....More