3 Parks near Monument Valley, Utah
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This dry campground is located within the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. We choice this campground over others near the area because of this location. We arrived later in the day, were able to unhook, and then drive the loop through the Valley at our leisure. The sunset view from our RV was stunning. What a beautiful setting. The hotel is adjacent but far enough away so you don't get traffic through the campground. We had the breakfast buffet up at the hotel and shopped at the gift shop. I thought the jewelry selection offered here was one of the best I'd seen. - AspenTrailmama
Sep 2015 - $41.00
We chose this campground based on previous reviews. Did not work out like prior reviewers. Our view was great until the group tent campers moved in and parked directly in front of us. And the one end of the campground is like a freeway, with a gravel road, and lots of dust from all the traffic driving by to check out the views. The end with minimal dust is located behind all the little cabins. On another note, we went to check out the guided trips thru the park and was told that the cost for a 2 1/2 hour trip was $130 per person. We said," OK, thanks" and walked away. The guide said, "wait............if that is too much money (which it was in our minds) we can drop the price for you". We kept walking, as it felt like we were being taken advantage of. This is a beautiful part of the world, and we are hoping that the sunsets and sun rises will be worth it, and drive thru the park on our own. - Scotter
Apr 2015 - $40.00
For your $41.95 you do not get any hook up, no water, no electricity - which is outrageous. The campground is on top of a hill, so if it's blowing, it is very unpleasant. On the plus side you have a great view of the Mittens. The fee to come into Monument Valley is $20 per car, so it's better to stay in the park if you want to do multiple trips to see the sights. The free wifi is really only available in the office. The restrooms are excellent. There is a family toilet with change table, a single women, a single mens. Then mens and women combined multiple showers and toilets. Then a disabled bathroom with toilet, shower and basin in a large room. The water is hot and strong. There are bins for your rubbish. A dump station is at the end of the campground. - Pilbara
Aug 2016 - $51.00
This campground is centrally located in the heart of Monument Valley.
Our site was large and level. Easy to maneuver for big rigs. We had a back in site but actually preferred it for the privacy with our dogs. Unfortunately there is no dog run.
Tours of the area are available from the campground. We took one and thoroughly enjoyed it! - Marley B Jones
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Just stayed overnight. Lots of amenities. Plenty to do. Beautiful views. A bit over priced for a one night stay. No RV park competition in the area. - W Davidson
Jun 2016 - $49.00
A location just a few miles from the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is the best feature of this park. The section we were in is just a gravel parking lot-none too level-with four back-in sites spaced very close together. Fortunately they were plenty long for our 37' MH and toad. Electric, water, and sewer hookups were conveniently placed, and the WiFi signal was pretty strong and generally gave decent throughput. We didn't use the bathrooms. The laundry was convenient and clean. The price was just a bit higher than we like, but we sure did appreciate having the power to run our A/C! - DaveInOhio