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Monument Valley Brochure - Design by Cal Nez Design

Monument Valley Brochure - Design by Cal Nez Design



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    • M O N U M E N T V A L L E Y N A V A J O T R I B A L P A R K I H EAGLE MESA GPOINTS OF INTEREST FROM THE VISITOR’S CENTER A Mitchell Butte F Map Courtesy of Lin Ottinger Tours Rock Shop E 600 North Main, Moab, Utah / Original Posters for sale B Gray Whiskers D C Big Indian VISITOR CENTER COMPLEX D Castle Butte C E Bear & Rabbit SENTINEL MESA F Stagecoach G The King on his Throne H Brigham’s Tomb See Mitten View Campground I The Setting Hen Map Below A 1 LEGEND Paved Road B MITCHELL MESA Self-Guided Valley Drive 2 9 Self-Guided Hiking Trail 10 Guided Tour Roads N 4 5 11 SPEARHEAD MESA Entrance Fee Station WETHERILL 3 RAINGOD MESA MESA Restaurant 8 Camping Area 7 Gas (petrol) Station 6 THUNDERBIRD MESA Gift Shop MYSTERY VALLEY HUNTS MESA GENERAL INFORMATION, PARK AND CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS You are responsible for knowing the following Park and Campground Regulations • Please obey all signs along the drive. • Drinking water is available only at the visitor center and campground. • NO ROCK CLIMBING ALLOWED None is available in the valley, please take an adequate supply with you. • Quiet hours in the campground are from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. • Please stay on the self guided valley road unless on a guided tour. • The Navajo Nation observes Mountain Daylight Saving Time from April-October. • Fires are permitted only in grills, fireplaces or similar control • Respect the privacy and customs of the Navajo people, enter This means that we are one hour ahead of all ARIZONA locations off the Navajo devices. No open fires are allowed in the campground. home areas only upon invitation. Reservation, such as Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Page, and Phoenix. • Please keep Navajo land clean. Do not litter. Do not burn • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on Navajo land. Navajo Tribal Rangers or bury trash. Please place all refuse in trash containers. • Photography for personal use is allowed, however permission is required to photograph the Navajo residents and their are responsible for enforcing all applicable Federal and Tribal regulations • Please CAUTION your children not to reach blindly under property. A gratuity is expected. Commercial photography within the park boundaries. bushes, rocks or into holes. Rattlesnakes, scorpions and requires a permit from the Department of Broadcast Services spiders do occur within the park. • The Wildcat Nature Trail is a 3.2 mile course available for hikers. Please of the Navajo Nation, Window Rock, Arizona. inquire at the Visitor Center for more information. • Do not disturb or remove animals, plants, rocks or artifacts. MITTEN VIEW CAMPGROUND MITTEN VIEW CAMPGROUND FACILITY SCENIC VIEWS HIGHWAY 163 VISITOR CENTER 99 SITES The Mitten View Campground is open year round on a Beginning at the Visitor Center, a 17 mile unpaved loop road • RAMADA •TABLE • BBQ GRILLS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE basis. winds through the park. Along the way are 11 numbered COMFORT STATION Each site is accommodated with a table, BBQ grill, scenic stops, indicated on the map. • RESTROOMS •SHOWERS 1 93 94 95 96 99 31 30 N (1 Token = 5 Minutes) ramada and trash barrel. A comfort station with restrooms 1 The Mittens and Merrick Butte 2 92 91 97 98 FILLING & DUMP STATION and tokens operated showers and filling/dump station is 3 32 64 29 also open during te summer season. No hookups are TENT SITES 2 Elephant Butte 4 33 63 28 available. 34 90 62 27 MAXIMUM of 14 days camping allowed. 3 Three Sisters 5 89 88 61 GROUP SITES 35 4 87 86 85 26 SUMMER SCHEDULE: Camping fees are: John Ford’s Point 6 36 60 76 75 65 R.V. SITES 1-6 persons........................................$10.00 7 37 77 74 66 59 6-13 persons......................................$20.00 5 Camel Butte 84 67 58 78 73 25 5TH WHEELS, TRAVEL Additional persons...............................$ 2.00 8 38 83 79 72 68 57 & POP-UP TRAILERS 6 The Hub 39 82 80 71 69 24 9 56 WINTER SCHEDULE: Camping fees are half price. Facilities 40 81 70 DAY USE PICNIC SITES 7 Totem Pole and Yei Bi Chei 10 49 55 are closed therefore campers must be self-contained. 54 11 41 50 51 52 53 23 8 Sand Springs 48 DRINKING WATER 12 42 47 22 Prices subject to change without prior notice. 13 43 44 45 46 21 9 Artist’s Point 14 20 FILL & DUMP STATION Register with the cashier at the Visitor Center before 15 16 18 19 10 North Window PULL THROUGH SITES 17 picking out your campsite to ensure availability. HANDICAP FACILITIES 11 The Thumb