Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

US-163 heading to Monument Valley

U.S 163 & Monument Valley Road*
Oljato-Monument Valley, San Juan, UT 84536
(435)727-5874 or
(435)727-5879 or
(435)727-5870

Hours:
Summer: (May – Sept.) 6:00AM – 8:30PM
Winter: (Oct. – April) 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Entrance Fees: $5.00 per person
**

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, on the Utah and Arizona border, is an icon of the American Southwest. Owned by the Navajo nation, this park is nothing-less than awe-inspiring. Upon arrival one can either head to the visitors center to enjoy the views, gather information, and book a jeep or hiking tour, or drive the 14-mile dirt loop through the valley. Either way you will be able to enjoy gorgeous views of Monument Valley and beyond.

Please remember this is not only a park and tourist attraction, that it is home to some people. Be respectful and read and follow all rules and regulations while in the park or on the reservation.

Links:
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Utah.com

*Address is for online mapping and GPS purposes, not actual mailing address.
**Additional Fees are charged for guided tours and camping. Other fees may apply.

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