What’s Going On In Navajo Arizona?
What’s Happening in Navajo County, Arizona?
People move to Navajo County to escape the valley heat, own a retirement home, or small ranch and enjoy the natural beauty this area has to offer.
The county is divided into two distinct parts by the Mogollon Rim.
The high country in the northern part of the County is arid and desert-like
with mesas and plateaus.
The southern part is a rugged mountainous area, and is heavily wooded
with pinon, juniper, and ponderosa pines.
The Interstate 40 corridor communities of Holbrook and Winslow in the
county’s center are areas of growth tied to the cross-country transportation
The county’s southern half is characterized by dynamic growth related
to tourism and an increased demand for housing.
Principal industries are tourism, coal mining, manufacturing, timbering
Activities include: Horseback riding, snow skiing/snowboarding, museums,
cultural events, fishing, hunting, golfing, and boating.
Local Hot Spots
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