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Down a road past the abandoned fruit stand. Gorgeous view of monuments & expansive space across Moab area.
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Wild camping on reservation land without a permit is illegal and you are subject to a ticket or arrest for trespassing. This is on Navajo land. Please obtain a permit and explicit permission for your campsite when on tribal land.
We tried to go there to sleep but a gentleman in his vehicle called out to us saying that it was private property and that we had to pay. He wasn't very friendly so we left.Report Check-In
Unbelievable views. Had the area to myself over night. Super windy, but waking up to those views and the sunrise made it all worth it.Report Check-In
The is Navajo Nation land, not BLM. We were woken by a gentleman informing us of this and requesting $10 payment.Report Check-In
Beautiful view. Great morning sunrise. Only one other van here plenty of space and really flat.Report Check-In
Lots of broken glass & trash. The view is amazing! People stopped for pictures & there was one small RV that was at the other end. The road traffic sound was minimal.Report Check-In
Frist class premium 5 star view. There‘s nothing but THIS view.Report Check-In
Stayed here one night. Not isolated but out of sight of the highway and very beautiful.
My friend managed to drive a 40 ft bus down here, so if you have the clearance and are comfortable with backing up you can make it with larger vehicles.Report Check-In
Best views of Monument Valley! 360 sunset and sunrises. @ultimate.vacationReport Check-In
Be aware that this is Navajo land and this spot is just down from where they sell there crafts. It is not an abandoned fruit stand as someone mentioned. We took a chance and stayed there for the night and had no issues but it looks like the spot is used for partying since there where a few broken beer bottles around. someone showed up around 9:30 at night to work on there stand but left soon after and never bothered us. The view is amazing though.Report Check-In
Down a road past the abandoned fruit stand. Gorgeous view of monuments & expansive space across Moab area.Report Check-In