Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site

Located on the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona, the Hubbell Trading Post is the oldest continuously operating trading post on the Navajo Nation. John Lorenzo Hubbell purchased the post in 1878, and the Hubbell family operated it until the National Park Service bought it in 1967. The trading post is located on a significant waterway, the Pueblo Colorado Wash. Over the past decade, the NPS has worked on restoring the stream channel and the riparian environment of the wash within the park. Still active, the trading post is managed by a nonprofit organization that continues the trading traditions of the original owners. The site features the original homestead, the trading post, the family home, and a visitor center.