We stayed one night here in March, the location was incredible for star gazing and hiking with easy access to the road. As seasoned campers we were ready for an amazingly different experience, Baya's set the context of the experience by telling us it was her grandmother's home, they still use the hogan for spiritual events. We enjoyed playing games around the hogan fire in the semi darkness during the evening. We felt awful the next morning when Baya stated that the Navajo nation was a dry nation, we didn't know this and perhaps the trip advisor details should be updated to inform visitors of this, including the need to bring their own wood or coals should they want to cook on the open fire.
We also did not truly appreciate that the dirt floor would be a dusty atmosphere to sleep in, for two out of the four of us this impacted on the overall cultural experience. We will have a lot to tell our friends and family about this experience, especially the stars.
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Staying in the Hogan was a fun and different experience. My 6-year old daughter really enjoyed it. The property is as described- rural and rugged. I suggest bringing extra flashlights.