Window Rock Navajo Tribal Park, Window Rock

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#10 of 34 in Things to do in Apache County
Scenic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Monument
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  • This location is the Tribal Headquarters of the Navajo Nation, it has a small museum and the main memorial to the wind talkers, in a beautiful very peaceful park. In the small museum there are a lot....  more »
  • The Navajo Tribal Park is located at Window Rock right next to the Navajo Nation's Tribal Headquarters. There is a memorial honoring the "Navajo Code Talkers" as well as memorials for the fallen...  more »
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  • A cool place to visit if you don’t mind going off the beaten path a bit when traveling I-40. I had just finished reading a nonfiction book about the code talkers. I knew I would be traveling by on my way to New Mexico so I planned a stop with my son. The memorial is beautiful with the window rock behind it. Unfortunately because it is so far from the interstate not many people know about it or the important contribution the Navajo code talkers made to our country. I was a little disappointed at the state of the memorial. I visited in July and there were still Christmas wreaths hanging (some laying on the ground), dead and it made the whole thing look really sad. I didn’t feel it my place to climb over the small gate to pick them up and throw them away. I assume that someone did prior to the code talkers day and celebration in August. The drive through the mountains is breath taking, and although this stop added a few extra hours to my trip, I’m glad I made it. Next trip to visit my parents I’ll probably stop at the museum in Gallup.
  • This was a very sacred place, you could just feel all kinds of energy coming up from the ground and entering your body. The people were beautiful and accommodating, we had been lost and they were so helpful to get us back on the right track. This was a beautiful, beautiful Veterans Memorial. We couldn't have won the war without the Navajo code talkers oh, they gave their ultimate for the country they love! Thank you, to you all and your families for the sacrifice you gave.

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