Muley Point | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
1941.9 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Several nice spots here with great views. Super flat, awesome views, great rock fire pits. No facilities. Most spots accessible with 2wd. Not to be missed!

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So great place!!! A wonderful
Breakfast on this top… peaceful and essay accès for a 2WD even with low clearance a car can do it. Internet 1-2 bar… just enough for texting and sending pictures

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dirt road to reach the place, steep and bumpy (officialy not recomended for RVs). We were there with 27ft long RV. Many places, amazing views.

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Great spot, suggest when you get to what seems to be the end of the 3.8 mile dirt road you continue to the right and do not turn onto the shelf roack to the left. The best spots are at the end of the point up that road.
Lots of rubber neckers cycle in and out during the day nost gone by sunset. You are looking at the Goosenecks down below.
Road in moderately washboarded

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Wowwowow! Amazing views, right on cliffs overlooking a huge, beautiful canyon and monument valley in the distance. Lots of sites and room, rock fire rings, plenty of firewood laying around. Tent camped for one night; pitched my tent further away from the cliff where it was less rocky. Tons of wind because you're on a cliff. These coordinates are the best spot, right by the east point. Camping near the main lookout point has slightly better views but was very crowded the weekend I visited.

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The view is SO amazing! Especially during sunset. You van see Monument Valley and many canyons from above. Also good star gazing. There were a few other campers but there was lots of space. It was really windy.

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Way off the beaten path. Well worth every moment. It waits.

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top 5 best campsites with a view in 2 years of using I overlander. reversed our rig up to the edge and opened the back door to an incredible view.

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Quiet, safe, free and beautiful, what else ?

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Beautiful views, perfect cool to cold weather on Jan 15 and no other visitors for miles.

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Amazing views, quiet, we were alone. Please leave no trace.

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Great spot with plenty of room. fantastic views across the canyons towards Monument valley especially good at sunrise. Watch out for the wind as is quite exposed.

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A lot of different spots along the Muley Point road. Some of them with great views, on clear days you can see the Monument Valley on the horizon. No amenities available, some spots have a fire pit

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After 2.5 years traveling, this is one of the most beautiful spots we have been.

For RV's and big rigs: You only have access over the 261 from the north. The 261 from the south has a very steep and narrow part.

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A very nice place with beautiful views. And very quiet.

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As Song of the Road stated, there are a few nice spots here. We stayed just about 1km from the place they camped. Super flat, awesome views, level and a great fire pit/tower. Maybe this place has been discovered, but we were alone here in the middle of summer. Not to be missed!

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