The Trading Post has a lot of cool things to browse through. The restaurant has pretty good food. The hotel room was very old but I did like the hand-made furniture. Don't waste any money on the canyon view because it mostly looks like a big wash- not much to look at. The old bridge was pretty cool, though.
This place was amazing. First of all, they had the standard tourist items. Then they had had every other level of gifts one might want to purchase, including a Dine/Navajo woman who hand-wove Navajo rugs on site. It was amazing to speak with her. The property also had a high-end gallery of traditional Navajo art. Most impressive was the warmth... 更多
The gift shop is huge but we saw far too many "made in Mexico" and "made in China" items that were priced well above what they should be. If you are looking for unique locally produced products that are reasonably priced then you will be hard pressed to find much here. There are a lot of neat looking items for... 更多
Amazing display of authentic rugs, baskets, clothing. Some heritage artifacts, some for sale. Very high quality. Friendly and welcoming staff. The complete opposite of what is available in the vast gift shop opposite. Enter there at your peril.
What a unique experience in the high desert! This Trading Post has a variety of items. Some are authentic Native American items. You will pay more for any of these items, but when you see the craftsmanship you won't hesitate to buy it. There is your typical tourist items, too. T shirts, hats, coffee mugs, coasters, jewelry, fudge, jelly, salsa,... 更多
This place has everything imaginable. Authentic Indian crafts are expensive...but would I want to sell my art for less, probably not. Jewelry made elsewhere is also available and inexpensive. My husband bought a very nice money clip of the inexpensive kind. I bought a nice pair of earrings. It was a fun to browse and take a break from the... 更多
We headed here based on Trip Advisor recommendations on what to do in Cameron and to find gifts to take home. They have everything from cheap souvenirs to collector's items. The restrooms were extremely clean and the sales people were very friendly. If you are looking for Navajo weavings, ask for Mildred. She is extremely knowledgable and low pressure.
We've visited many times, and enjoyed it. Selection of items is extensive to mind-boggling, with great variety from museum-quality to tourist trap kitsch. A fun stop on US 89.
Huge place with items ranging from trinkets to museum pieces. When we visited they had a weaver creating a Navajo rug in the store. Be sure to visit the museum while you are there. Warm friendly Native American run business - we had a great time.