Spider Rock Campground

Address: South Rim Canyon Drive , Chinle, Arizona, 86503, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on South Rim Canyon Drive , Chinle, is near White House Ruins Trail, South Rim Drive, White House Ruin, and Antelope House Ruin.
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      Travel Blogs from Chinle

      Strength of the Navajo People

      A travel blog entry by batttravels on Nov 09, 2014

      2 comments, 19 photos

      ... the ground and in the middle of canyon walls. You think the stories our parents told us of how deep the snow was to get to school and that it was all up hill both ways were bad. Imagine living in the middle of huge canyon walls where you had to use ropes (which you had to make yourself) to get home. But the views.....

      We took the only hike available without a guide down onto the canyon ...

      Day 14 - Chinle - Canyon de Chelly

      A travel blog entry by expeditioners on Jun 04, 2014

      5 photos

      ... overlook was Tsegi which was a peer between the canyon walls into a rich forest of trees.

      Canyon de chilly is our last stop point of our route. We drove down through Arizona to Gallup, New Mexico for a overnight stop at USA RV Park on historic Route 66. It's a very nice campground with a heated pool so the kids were able to go swimming.

      We'll head out sometime tomorrow to begin our travel back east towards Baton Rouge.

      Bobby
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      Canyon de Chelly: A Mixed Bag

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Mar 14, 2014

      9 photos

      ... de Chelly and is basically connected to it. It is the only town for miles and is incredibly impoverished. The garbage here is even worse than on the highway driving into town. We were happy for clean clothes, but disturbed by the number of men walking up to our car asking us for money. At the grocery store, a group of men approached Erik asking for money as I got in the passenger side. One of the men knocked on my ...

      Day 16: Santa Fe, New Mexico - Chinle, Arizona

      A travel blog entry by andrewandtree on Nov 16, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... amercan town on route 66. The town was very unimpressive, and made us feel very u easy. We walked very quickly back to our car.

      We then headed north and crossed the border i to Arizona. We stopped on the other side of the border at a town called Window Rock, famous for, you guessed it, a rocky formation shaped like a window. We then headed northwzrds on a beautiful drive for about an hour and a half u til we arrived at Chinle. We got a ...

      Nature and Culture at Canyon de Chelly

      A travel blog entry by keralajs on Oct 01, 2013

      4 photos

      ... The Navajos had moved into this area around 1700, and they battled frequently with the Spanish and with other Indian tribes; this rock provided them a refuge against enemy attack. On a more peaceful note, D'von Charley greeted us with Native American flute music at the overlook where we first viewed the canyon.





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