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Business was closed

Beautiful location in a colorful small canyon. The trading post (since 1914, the sign says) was... read more

Reviewed March 12, 2018
John G
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Iowa City, Iowa
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Very quaint

Were invited to Shonto years ago by an artist. Finally made it. The town is just a Navajo town... read more

Reviewed October 3, 2017
WalkSoftlyTours
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Scottsdale, AZ
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12 Mar 2018
“Business was closed”
3 Oct 2017
“Very quaint”
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6 miles east of State 96, Near Kayenta and the Navajo National Monument, Shonto, AZ
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Reviewed March 12, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful location in a colorful small canyon. The trading post (since 1914, the sign says) was padlocked, even though it should be open according to the posted hours. A lady going into the adjacent post office said the trading post is closed.

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Reviewed October 3, 2017

Were invited to Shonto years ago by an artist. Finally made it. The town is just a Navajo town with government housing, but down at the bottom of a canyon you find the store and trading post. It's tiny and caters mostly to locals. Very...More

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Reviewed July 31, 2016 via mobile

I'm so glad we decided to drive through here after being ahead of schedule today and having some time to burn after getting up at 4:30 for Horseshoe Bend and hitting the road early. Popping in for a cold soda and talking to a local...More

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Reviewed September 3, 2015

This is not an attraction but a working trading post that serves a community. Take a short detour on your way to Monument Valley or Page for a window into reservation life. There is a small room with very high quality rugs and jewellery. We...More

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