Leupp Chapter is the First Navajo Nation Chapter and home to The Great Grand Falls
Leupp at a glance
Population — 951 at the 2010 Census
History — Francis E. Leupp (which Leupp was named after) grew up around the Little Colorado River, where early residents planted corn, beans and squash on the flood plain. After a series of floods in the 1940s, the town was moved to higher ground at its present location on N-15. Leupp was also the very first Navajo chapter, and comprises the southwestern corner of the Navajo Nation.
Attractions — Grand Falls, "The Crack", near to Twin Arrows Casino
Land area — 303,746 acres
Industries — El Paso Natural Gas and the Transwestern Pipeline have facilities here, and Tooh Diné Industries manufactures circuit boards.
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Directions to Grand Falls
From: Flagstaff, AZ
From: Leupp, AZ