The small community of Chambers
in east Arizona adjoins I-10 at the US 191 intersection (exit 333), 25 miles from the New Mexico stateline. The place has a high desert setting, surrounded by grassy plains at an elevation of 5,750 feet, bordered to the south by the seasonal Puerco River
and a railway line. The only facilities are a gas station, motel, and a school which serves a large, dispersed neighborhood, extending to the nearby Navajo Reservation.
Although there is little of interest nearby, the land becomes much more colorful 20 miles southeast, at the edge of the Painted Desert
and Petrified Forest National Park
. The next closest NPS unit is Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site
, 45 north along US 191.
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