Small-town charm, close-knit community, and cultural heritage all describe the feel you will get if you visit Ganado. Located in Apache County, in the northeastern corner of Arizona, Ganado is a chapter of the Navajo Nation.
Dubbed one of the most advanced communities in the Navajo Nation, Ganado hosts satellite campuses for Northern Arizona University andDiné College. Agricultural parcels dot the landscape, and nearby ranches supply great sources of organic beef and mutton.
Whether you’re visiting or planning a move to Ganado, don’t miss out on some of these attractions.
Hubbell Trading Post: The oldest operating trading post on the Navajo Nation operating since 1878; you’ll find groceries, grain, hardware, horse tack, and more.
Native American Arts Auctions: Every May and September, the Friends of Hubbell Trading Post partner with the National Park Service to auction contemporary and antique Navajo textiles, Pueblo Katsina dolls, pottery, paintings, and more.
St. Michaels Historical Museum and Mission: Just a 30 minute drive away in Window Rock, St. Michaels takes you back in time and offers insight into the Navajo culture.