Tuba City is the largest settlement on the Arizona side of the Navajo Nation. There is little to detain the traveler, but it makes a good refueling stop on the way from Monument Valley to the Grand Canyon.
Tuba City is on U.S. Route 160, about 100 miles north of Flagstaff.
- 1 . M-Sa 8AM-6PM; Su: 12PM-6PM. $4.50, $3.50 (65 yrs & older), $3.00 (7 -12 yrs old), Free (6 & younger).
- See some of the most well preserved dinosaur tracks going west on your way out of Tuba City.
- 1 Tuba Trading Post, 10 N. Main St, ☎ . Far and away the biggest shop in Tuba, this shop dates back to 1905 and has a wide, well-presented selection of souvenirs from the area, including authentic Indian crafts. Tucked away in the back is a small grocery store for the locals.
- Hogan Restaurant (At the Quality Inn). Casual food. Price and quality quite OK. No real other choices unfortunately.
- Kate's Cafe. Sandwiches, soups, burgers, salads and similar all-American fare (no Navajo food here). It's not much to get to excited about, but it's cheap and portions are big. $5-10.
- Sze Chuan Restaurant, Highway 160. Chinese food options.
As Tuba is located within the reservation, it's a dry town, with no alcohol available.
- 1 , 10 N Main St, ☎ .
|Routes through Tuba City|
|Page ← Bitter Springs ←||N S||→ Cameron → Flagstaff|
|END ←||W E||→ Kayenta → Four Corners|