Hard to find the authentic Navajo goods here it's so overloaded with imported stuff. You'd have to ask what is authentically made by Navajos. Huge.
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It was very interesting and cool to visit simply for the history. I personally felt some items were overpriced but that's a matter if taste. The popcorn they make there was great and actually worth the price tag (in my humble opinion). It's worth a...More
We stopped here on our way to Northern AZ - so many things for the eyes to see. You can see rugs being handwoven in the back as well as many antique items in the Gallery. Staff are friendly and helpful.
This place is AMAZING! There is a plethora of Native American made trinkets, jewelry, clothing, accessories, decorations, rugs, pottery, etc. There is also a Hotel, Restaurant, U.S. Post Office, and a Gas Station. There is a huge parking area, and a view point of the...More
This is a huge store, restaurant, hotel, etc. It is the ONLY thing to do in Cameron before you go to the Grand Canyon, pass through, etc. If you have souvenirs to buy, why not buy them here? They have EVERYTHING. The drive from Cameron...More
Huge shop managed by Navajos. They sell lots of kind of gifts and Native American object. The price are extremely expensive compared with others shops in Arizona and Utah.
They sell just about everything you'd want as a souvenir of your trip to AZ, but mostly with a native American theme. Prices not too bad for what you'd expect. Wide range from high quality to cheep stiff; whichever you want. All the bus trips...More
If you are looking for a Native American Navajo gift or memento from you visit to this spectacular part of the World, Cameron Trading Post Store offers a wide range of Native American rugs, artwork, pottery, jewellery and much more. The shop has a wide...More
I stopped here to have a break on journey between Grand Canyon & Sedona which was ideal. I'd been looking for a Native American ring all trip but the selections here were by far the best anywhere I saw. I'm a man with big fingers...More
From other reviews I was worried it would be a junk store. While they do have some foreign made items, and the typical tourist T-shirts, they have many items that were make by local Navajo artists, and are labeled as such. I was glad we...More