Indian Country Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"Indian Country is a vast and colorful land, a part of the Colorado Plateau bordered on the north by Lake Powell and the San Juan River, on the west by Grand Canyon, on the east by New Mexico, and on the south by Interstate 40. It is the home of the Navajo Nation, which is the largest Indian reservation in the United States, covering one-sixth of Arizona and extending into three neighboring states. Many Navajo still live as herders of sheep, goats, cattle, and horses. Although most Navajo families live in modern houses, some still live in the traditional mud and wood hogans. Lake Powell, one of the most popular attractions in the National Park Service system, draws 3.5 million visitors annually.
Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Betatakin, Cottonwood, Homolovi Ruins, and Cholla Lake."