Shiprock (Navajo Naat'áanii Nééz) is a census-designated place (population 8,156, according to the 2000 census) located in San Juan County, New Mexico on the Navajo reservation.
Shiprock is named after the nearby Shiprock rock formation. It is home to the annual Northern Navajo Fair, held every October. It is also home to a campus of Diné College (formerly Navajo Community College), a tribally controlled community college with 7 other campuses across the Navajo Nation.
Web Sites and Links
ChefMoz: ShiprockDetailed restaurant listings and dining guide with reviews submitted by the public, and links to outside reviews. Search by name, cuisine, rating, or location.
Foutz Trading CompanyLocated on the Navajo Indian reservation, one of the largest wholesale distributors of Navajo Indian arts and crafts in the nation.
ShiprockThe story of Shiprock, a 1700-foot eroded volcanic plume that is sacred to the Navahos.
Shiprock Balloon FestivalWeb site about the 1997 festival.
Wikipedia: Shiprock, New MexicoDemographics and geography of Shiprock, New Mexico.