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Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA GUEST SERVICES GUIDE Welcome to Holbrook Petrified Forest KOA, located near the entrance to the Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert.

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102 Hermosa Drive | Holbrook, AZ 86025 | Navajo County Information: (925) 524-6689 | Reservations: (800) 562-3389 Fax: (928) 524-1637 | Email: holbrookkoa@gmail.com Find KOA on the web!

www.KOA.com/Campgrounds/Holbrook

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Best Mexican Food in Town 1

Specials • RV Parking

1440 Navajo Blvd.

Breakfast Served All Day Open 7 AM to 10 PM FREE Medium Soda With Purchase (Limit 1 Per Guide)

928-524-7899 www.alibertos.com

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For tour scheduling, call 928-524-6227

City of Holbrook/Hidden Cove Park P.O. Box 970 Holbrook, AZ 86025

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Wilkinson Graphics & Auto

HIDDEN COVE PARK

Step back in time and take a guided tour of an archaeological find….all within the city limits of Holbrook. See the remnants of a century old ranch, owned by the Zuck family. Hidden Cove park also has an astounding abundance of wildlife with over 200 species of birds finding refuge there. For thousands of years, the inhabitants of what is now Hidden Cove Park documented their lives through rock art. See petroglyphs and rock art as they adorn the surfaces of rock covered in a wonderful patina. To make a donation to assist with this preservation project, send checks to:

153 W. Hopi Dr. Holbrook

★ Trailer Repair ★ Welding ★ Auto Repair ★ Custom Exhaust ★ Diesel Performance

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928-524-6501 404 W. Hopi Dr. Holbrook, AZ

HIDDEN COVE GOLF COURSE Drinks . Snacks 5

Take Time for a Quick Nine!

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Unlimited Golf 30. 00 / MONTH

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Home-cooked meals prepared to order and delivered hot to your site. Available: March - October

Free Continental Breakfast

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Numerous Summer Activities Disc Golf at Hunt Park on E. Florida For Schedule Call City

928.524.6225 www.goholbrook.com

Exit 283 Golf Course Rd.

Holbrook, Arizona


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BEST VALUE MEAL IN TOWN Walk from Park - At Navajo Mexican & American Cuisine All meals made from scratch Drive Thru • Take Out Menu Clean • Casual • Kid-Friendly

Mon - Sat 6 AM - 9PM • Sun 6AM - 1PM

928-524-2446

RV Trailer Parts & Repairs Cummins Diesel Repair Generators . Hitches 7 Towing Accessories www.autosafetyhouse.com

840 S. Hwy. 77 . Holbrook 928-524-3582

KOA CARE CAMPS For kids with cancer, the joys of childhood can sometimes seem out of reach. But at KOA Care Camps, these kids can enjoy a vacation while getting the specialized care they need. Learn more at KOA.COM! The KOA Kampground Owners Association established the nonprofit Care Camps Trust in 1984.

Scotty And Son RV & Auto Repair 405 Navajo Blvd

928-524-6442 Reliable service in Holbrook for 25 years

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Linda’s Indian Arts and Crafts T-Shirts • Route 66 Stuff Bow & Arrows • Paintings Indian Jewelry • Authentic Kachinas

928-524-2500

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Serving Holbrook for 25 Years Guest Services Guide |

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Stay an Extra Day and See These Area Attractions! THE PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK - 70 Mile Loop: Discover a panoramic medley of painted desert, petrified forest and prehistoric treasures. Plan to spend an entire day roaming, exploring and learning in this geologic wonder. Enjoy a scenic 28-mile drive through the park and visit the lookout points for a multi-angled view of the diverse terrain. RAINBOW FOREST MUSEUM: Wander amongst the “Giant Logs” located at the south end of the park and then take in a series of fascinating exhibits and geologic artifacts found within the museum! PETRIFIED FORESTS: Discover the world’s largest find of petrified wood, featuring 160 million year-old “forests” with polished logs of agate strewn across the land. Colorful chips and fragments form a brilliant ground layer in several different locations.

PAINTED DESERT

PAINTED LOOKOUT VISITOR DESERT POINTS CENTER PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK

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ARCHAELOGICAL SITES PETRIFIED WOOD SITES HOLBROOK RAINBOW FOREST 180 MUSEUM LOOKOUT POINTS

PARK ENTRANCE

ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES: See silent evidence of life from another time. Village ruins and petroglyphs reveal stories of the past and reflect a cultural progression of man from semi-nomadic hunter to sedentary farmers. Located in hundreds of sites, mysterious messages carved in stone still exist from 1,000 years ago.

TOUR 1

PAINTED DESERT & LOOKOUT POINTS: Take in eight different views of a striking landscape contrasting color and form! A rare opportunity to experience and photograph a land painted in a rainbow of hues. PAINTED DESERT VISITOR CENTER: Featuring many interesting displays, a film and information services for an overview of the park and its elements. 928-524-6228 IM NR

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CANYON DE CHELLY NATIONAL MONUMENT - 123 Miles One Way: A highlight which reveals the Grand Canyon itself - view glorious stone monuments and prehistoric Indian dwellings within the steep canyon walls. The scenic north rim drive offers four lookout areas; the south rim drive features seven. Stop by the Visitor’s Center at the intersection of the rims for detailed maps and information. 928-674-5500 HUBBELL TRADING POST - 85 Miles One Way: Visit the oldest, continually active post (now a National Historic Site) on the Navajo Reservation, where the past blends with the inter-culture of the present. A Visitor’s Center, tours and craft demonstrations illustrate the diverse legacy of early artisans and traders. 928-7553475 CANYON DE CHELLY & NAVAJOLAND - 360 Mile Loop: Venture into a region of unsurpassed beauty and excellent climate filled with an abundance of colorful canyons and many other natural wonders! Solitary landscapes, scenic overlooks and cultural crossroads mingle to create one of the finest natural attractions in the entire Southwest.

ST. MICHAEL’S MISSION & MUSEUM: A beautiful, remarkably intact Franciscan mission built long ago. Take a leisurely self-guided tour through the wooden museum building filled with artifacts reflecting the culture and shared history of white men and Indians. WINDOW ROCK: Named after its unique landmark rock formation, this town is home to the Navajo Tribal Headquarters, Navajo Zoo and the Navajo Tribal Museum, featuring more than 4,000 memorabilia items and 20,000 photos. 928-871-7941 HOPI RESERVATION - 186 Mile Loop: Journey back in time and discover centuries of history and culture reflecting generations of Native Americans. See firsthand how these Indians harmonized with nature to create a way of life lasting hundreds of years! Pass jagged cliffs, steep canyons, mountain peaks and lonely windswept terrain on route to the fascinating Hopi mesas.

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OLD ORAIBI KYKOTSMOVI (TRIBAL HEADQUARTERS)

HOPI MESAS: Situated in the heart of the massive Navajo reservation, the Hopi land contains several unique villages situated with three mesas. Today, life is lived here in the same places and in nearly the same fashion as Hopi ancestors from centuries ago! 928-734-2441

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HOPI CULTURAL CENTER: Visit the small museum and dine on an Indian specialty dish at the restaurant, located at the Second Mesa. 928-734-2401 OLD ORAIBI: Located on the Third Mesa, this quaint village is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in North America, dating back prior to 1200 A.D. View the remains of a ghostly, romantic, ruined mission church dating back to 1629. No photography allowed.

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SEBA DELKAI: Navajo for “rock formations.” This southbound trek promises a terrain boasting rocks and boulders in all shapes and sizes, making the view a most scenic one. 4

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Guidelines for Happy Campers

For your comfort and safety, the following guidelines have been established. Your cooperation will ensure all guests experience maximum enjoyment from the Campground’s many facilities. All visitors and guests must register at the Office. • Visitors must register at the Office upon arrival. • Please advise Office if you desire late check-out. CHILDREN: Parents are responsible for the behavior and actions of their children in public areas at all times. Children should be accompanied to the Restrooms and Store by an adult. Children and teenagers must be at their sites under parental supervision by 10 pm. This will be strictly enforced. PETS: Pets are welcome, however, some restrictions do apply. Pets must be kept on a leash when outside of your RV and must not be left unattended. Pets are not to be left unattended in Cabins. Removal of pet’s fallout is the owner’s responsibility, and in a timely manner, please! Please walk your pets in the designated “Pet Walk Areas.” NO PETS ALLOWED ON GRASS TENT AREAS. If you have read these pet rules, come into the Office for a free bone for your dog. SPEED LIMIT: 5 mph throughout the Campground. Children at play! POOL: Hours are 11:00 am - 8:30 pm. SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK! NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY! Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Infants in diapers are not allowed in the pool. CAMPFIRES: Fires are a constant danger in the windy, dry desert. Fires are allowed only in designated areas and restricted based on weather conditions. No fires on designated grassy areas. BAR-B-QUES: Please do not place Bar-B-Ques on campsite tables! FIREWORKS: FIREWORKS PROHIBITED ON PREMISES! TRASH: A large Dumpster has been placed conveniently near the front Restrooms and Showers. (See site map). Inquire in Office for location of aluminum cans bin. Cigarette butts are litter also. LAUNDRY: Laundry is open 24 hours. RESTROOMS: Are open 24 hours. Cleaning hours are posted at Restrooms. WASHING OR MECHANICAL WORK ON VEHICLES: Please inquire at the Office. PORT-A-POTTIES: Must be emptied only at the Dump Station, never in the Restrooms. WE LOVE OUR TREES. PLEASE TREAT THEM ACCORDINGLY BY NOT HANGING OR TYING ANYTHING TO THEM OR ABUSING THEM IN ANY MANNER. Many new seedling trees have been planted on the Campground. We would appreciate your caution around them. TENT CAMPERS: TENTS MUST BE MOVED TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION ON THE GRASS DAILY TO PREVENT BURNING GRASS. QUIET HOURS: 10 pm - 7 am: Inappropriate behavior of any kind will not be accepted. We reserve the right to remove you from the Campground without refund. DAMAGES: The cost of damages that are caused by you will be charged to your credit card. NO 50 TO 30 AMP ADAPTERS. 6

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TV Stations

Available at Certain Sites 2...................................ABC/KASA 3............................................ NBC 4.....................................CBS/KOB 5..................................FOX/KNME 6............................................. PBS 7........................ ABC FAMILY/KOAT 8............................................ A&E 9........................................... AMC 10...................................... BRAVO 11................................... WEATHER 12.............................................FX 13...... NICKELODEON/NICK AT NITE . EAST/KRQE 14................. HALLMARK CHANNEL 15..................LIFETIME TELEVISION 16......................................... SYFY 17.......................................... USA 18............................................WE 19........................................... TBS 20...........................................TNT 21...................... DISNEY CHANNEL 22........................ REELZ CHANNEL 23............................................FS1 24.........................................ESPN 25.......................................ESPN2 26............................... ESPN NEWS 27.......................................ESPNU 28....................................... TRUTV 29.........................ANIMAL PLANET 30.................DISCOVERY CHANNEL 31........................FOOD NETWORK 32........................................ HGTV 33....................................HISTORY 34........................................... TLC 35..........................................CNN 36........................ HEADLINE NEWS 37.................. FOX NEWS CHANNEL

Our Sincere Thanks

It is a pleasure serving you. Please let us know what we can do to make your stay more fun. We recommend that you make your next reservation at a KOA. We’d be more than happy to provide information about the KOA Campground at your next destination— just ask. Enjoy your stay, and come back soon!

Happy Camping! Holbrook Petrified Forest KOA Team


WIRELESS INTERNET FREE at this KOA!

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Gas • Diesel • Groceries Beer • Package Liquor Lotto • Propane

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