The Northern Navajo Nation Fair is the the oldest and most traditional of the Navajo Fairs. Held each fall in Shiprock, this fair offers the Navajo people of the Four Corners chance to celebrate the year’s harvest with a community celebration. The Native market, rodeo and traditional songs and dances are popular with visitors.
Celebration includes a parade, fair, rodeo, arts & crafts, Pow Wow and traditional song and dance at the Fairgrounds in Shiprock, NM. Visit the Northern Navajo Nation Fair on Facebook for details on events and vendor information. In 2019, the Four Corners region will celebrate the 108th Northern Navajo Nation Fair!
2019 Northern Navajo Nation Fair admission will be $5 adults, $3 children and seniors age 55 & over. Veterans free with proper ID. Parking passes $10 covers driver. Rodeo has no fee. The Indian Market will be south of fairgrounds.
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Hogback Trading Co. has a fine selection of authentic handmade Indian jewelry, traditional pottery, blankets, baskets and sculptures. They specializes in cultural and traditional Indian Arts and Crafts and pawn.Learn More »
Step back in time, and experience the finest selection of Navajo Rugs at Toadlena Trading Post. This Trading Post also features the Toadlena Weaving Museum, home to one of the most exquisite weaving displays.Learn More »
Big Rock Trading Post services the Four Corners region as both a General Store and Trading Post. Stop by, and take a step back in time for a taste of a working trading post.