Quality Inn Navajo Nation RV Park
MThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 2, 2021

Well maintained and surrounded by tons of history!

We stayed at the NavajoLand Hotel & RV Park for one night in mid October 2021. It was fairly full with a mixture of full time stays as well as passerby's. The campground itself is exactly what we wanted for a one night stay- quiet, clean, and surrounded by a tremendous amounts of Navajo history. They do ask for a $10 refundable deposit for a water key, so if you need water hookups you'll have to talk to the front desk. They also give you keycards to access the bathroom. Practically within the campground/ hotel boundary is the old trading post that also houses a Navajo Code Talkers museum. Just outside and behind the trading post is the Navajo Interactive Museum.

Being located in Tuba City, this rv park has a lot of amenities surrounding it such as the Farm and Feed Store (for propane), a True Value, and multiple gas stations (as well as lots of fast food if you're missing some of those creature comforts!)

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