Recreation and Relaxation
Tennis & Pickleball
Enjoy a game of pickleball or tennis under Kayenta’s blue skies. The courts, located to the east of the Kayenta Art Village are beautifully set into the pristine desert landscape. The courts are exclusive to members of the Kayenta Recreation Association, with the pickleball court having an additional surcharge. Membership details through Kayenta Recreation Association.
Relax poolside or dive in for your daily laps. Our pool features two lap lanes, a free swim area for cooling off and a wading pool to relax in. A covered ramada offers a spot in the shade. This pool is exclusive to members of the Kayenta Recreation Association. Membership details through Kayenta Recreation Association.
Kayenta Art Village
The Art Village is a favorite place for locals, artists and visitors to meet and stroll the galleries and shops. Find one of a kind treasures created by local and regional artists. You can also discover your creative side by signing up for pottery lessons or trying your hand at painting. Watch for special events and performances scheduled throughout they year.
Xetava Gardens Cafe
Explore the nature of causal dining in a warm and unique setting. Xetava Gardens is open for breakfast and lunch daily. Enjoy a latte or lemonade in the courtyard or make it a special night out with dinner specials served Thursday, Friday & Saturday evenings.
Kayenta offers unique experiences for horse lovers of all ages and all skill levels. The Korrals are the southern location for Windhorse Relations, Inc., a not-for-profit corportaion dedicated to the American Mustang. The korrals promise an experience you won’t soon forget. Come meet expert horsewoman, Mary Lee Brighton, and her majestic Windhorse herd. The Korrals offer an array of equine learning opportunities and always welcome friends of Kayenta.
Desert Rose Labyrinth
Built by residents of Kayenta, in the spirit of peace and unity. This labyrinth is intended for the enjoyment of all. Special events such as guided prayer walks and talks are periodically scheduled. The labyrinth is free and open to the public daily. Donations are appreciated.