Navajo Nation Fair – Window Rock, Arizona
The largest Navajo Nation Fair and the world’s largest Indian fair is held in this beautiful area of Arizona. The mountains, the tall pines and the culture of the Navajo will make you so glad that you visited the fair and learned a little about the Navajo tirbe.
Activities include the largest Indian rodeo anywhere, entertainment, a parade, exhibits, Indian arts and crafts for sale, wonderful food concessions and traditional Navajo singing and dancing. The traditional performances by Native Americans from throughout North America will enthrall you the entire time you are there. You will be able to watch a real PowWow (which is a fabulous celebration with traditional dances and humor), a carnival will be there for the kids (and brave adults) and more!
The Navajo Nation Fair was established in 1938 to stimulate livestock improvements and management through exhibits for the Navajo people.
The Fairground is located on approximately 100 acres, located 0.9 mile west of BIA Junction N12 & Highway 264 in Window Rock, Arizona.