Monument Valley Visitor Center
Monument Valley is a Navajo Tribal Park (30,000 acres) established in 1958 and located on the border of Arizona and Utah with in the 16 million-acre Navajo Reservation. The Park is about 5,500 feet above seal level and accessible year-round.
Temperatures range from an average low of 25 degrees F in the winter to an average high of 90 degrees F in the summer. Rainfall averages eight inches/year.
Monument valley is located on US Highway 163 and is 25 miles from Mexican Hat, UT, 51 miles from Bluff, UT and 77 miles from Blanding, UT. It is also 22 miles from Kayenta, AZ and 121 miles from Page, AZ.
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Don't have the energy for the politically divisive national monuments? Stick with this uncontroversially beautiful one, with its extraordinary red rock buttes, blue sky, and golden sunsets.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Visitor Center
Monument Valley is located on US Highway 163 and is 25 miles from Mexican Hat, UT, 51 miles from Bluff, UT and 77 miles from Blanding, UT. It is also 22 miles from Kayenta, AZ and 121 miles from Page, AZ.
P.O. Box 360289
Monument Valley, Utah 84536
Visitor Center Hours:
Peak Season (May 1 - Sept 30) 6:00am - 8:00pm, 7 Days a week
Off Season (Oct 1 - Apr 30) 8:00am - 5:00pm, 7 Days a week
Hiking permits for Rainbow Bridge trails, San Juan River, and Olijato area are available at the Visitor Center.
Scenic Drive Hours
Peak Season (May 1-Sept 30) 6:00am - 8:30pm
Off Season (Oct 1 - Apr 30) 8:00am - 4:30pm
General Admission: $10.00 per person (Ages 9 and under free)
Per vehicle fee: $20.00, up to four people
Harry and his wife Leone ("Mike") Goulding operated a trading post at Monument Valley from 1923-1960's. Today the original trading post houses a museum of artifacts from the time the Gouldings started the trading post up through the Hollywood film years.