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

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.

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

*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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