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Arizona State #264 Highway Guide

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Junction: US Highway 160
Junction of Arizona Highway US 160 & Arizona State Highway 264.
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Moenkopi, Arizona
Community of Moenkopi, Cococino County, Arizona. Southeast of Tuba City on US Highway 160. 40 miles west of Third Mesa, Arizona. Composed of Upper Moenkopi and Lower Moenkopi villages. Surrounded by the territory of the Navajo Indian Reservation. Alt: 4,777 ft.
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Coal Mine Canyon, Arizona
Coal Mine Canyon, located between the Hopi and Navajo Indian Reservations. It derived its name from the coal deposits around the area. No signpost, remote, seldom visited site. Access is from Highway 264.
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Hotevilla-Bacavi, AZ
Community of Hotevilla-Bacavi (or Third Mesa), Navajo County, Arizona. Located on Hopi Reservation. Limited services. Alt: 6,296 ft.
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Oraibi, AZ
Community of Oraibi (also called Old Oraibi), Navajo County, Arizona. Hopi village. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1964. Limited services. Alt: 5,679 ft.
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Kykotsmovi Village, AZ
Community of Kykotsmovi, Navajo County, Arizona. Hopi tribal government. Limited services. Alt: 5,679 ft.
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Shongopovi, AZ
Community of Shongopovi, Najavo County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 6,341 ft.
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Second Mesa, AZ
Community of Second Mesa, on the Hopi Reservation, Navajo County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 5,700 ft.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 87
Junction of Arizona State Highway 264 & State Highway 87.
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Aiport:
Polacca Airport
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First Mesa, AZ
Community of First Mesa, on the Hopi Reservation, Najavo County, Arizona. Alt: 5,810 ft.
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Archaeological Site: Sikyatki, Arizona
Sikyatki, former Hopi village, located on the east side of First Mesa, Arizona.
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Keams Canyon, AZ
Community of Keams Canyon, Navajo County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 6,185 ft.
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Jeddito, AZ
Community of Jeddito, Navajo County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 6,340 ft.
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Junction: Arizona State Highway 77
Junction of Arizona State Highway 264 & State Highway 77.
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Steamboat, AZ
Community of Steamboat, Apache County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 6,560 ft.
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Junction: US Highway 191
Junction of Arizona State Highway 264, Arizona Highway US 191 and Indian Route 15. Burnside, Apache County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 6,410 ft.
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Historic Site: Hubbell Trading Post, AZ
Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado, Apache County, Arizona. Declare a National Historic Landmark in 1960. Guided tours, art auctions, luminaria night. Hubbell Trading Post Store Ph: (928) 755-3254.
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Junction: US Highway 191
Junction of Arizona State Highway 264 & Arizona Highway US 191. Community of Ganado, Apache County, Arizona. Alt: 6,386 ft.
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Ganado Lake, AZ/Ganado Airport
Turn left on Arizona State Highway to reach Ganado Lake, 1 mile northeast of Ganado, Arizona, fishing, camping, picnicking. Turn right to reach Ganado Airport. Alt: 6,434 ft.
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St. Michael's Catholic Mission
St. Michael's Catholic Mission on Navajo Communication Road off Arizona State Highway 264.
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St. Michaels, AZ
Community of St. Michaels, Apache County, Arizona. Limited services. Alt: 6,740 ft.
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Junction: Indian Route 12
Junction of Arizona State Highway 264 & Indian Route 12. To community of Window Rock, Apache County, Arizona. Seat of the Navajo Nation government. Navajo Nation Zoological and Botanical Park. Window Rock Airport, 1 mile south of Window Rock, Arizona.
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Navajo Nation Museum, AZ
The Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Arizona, is home to historic and ethnic art objects. Also has the Navajo Nation Library and Research Collection. Free admission, Mon-Fri, 8:00 AM to 5 PM (hours are subject to change). Tel. (928) 871-7941.
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Tse Bonita Tribal Park
Tse Bonita Tribal Park, Apache County, Arizona.
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Arizona/New Mexico State Line
State Highway 264 crosses into New Mexico. LD10