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Visitor Info

 

 

 

 

Visitor information is available from the national, state and tribal parks. Vistor Centers in Blanding, Bluff, and Monticello are stocked with brochures, maps, book, videos, and mementos. The centers are staffed b;y knowledgable local residents who will assist with information to make your visit exceptional. 

BLANDING VISITORS CENTER

12 N. Grayson Pkwy (US 191)

Blanding UT 84511

(435) 678-3662   

visitblanding.com 

 

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGMENT

365 N. Main St (US Highway 191), Monticello

(435) 587-1500    

www.blm.gov/office/monticello-field-office 

BLUFF FORT (SEASONAL) 

55 North 6th East, Bluff UT 84512

(435) 672-9995    www.hirf.org

 

CANYONLANDS NAT'L PARK

(435) 719-2313   nps.gov/cany

MONUMENT VALLEY VISITOR CENTER

US Highway 163 Monument Valley Junction

Monument Valley AZ 84536

(435) 727-5871 www.navajonationparks.org

 

GLEN CANYON NAT'L REC. AREA

Up Lake Information:

(435) 684-7420        nps.gov/glca 

MONTICELLO WELCOME CENTER

216 S. Main St (US Highway 191), Monticello UT 84535

(435) 587-2271 utah.com/monticello

HOVENWEEP NAT'L MONUMENT

General Informaiton

(970) 562-4282    nps.gov/hove

 

EDGE OF THE CEDARS STATE PARK & MUSEUM

660 West 400 North Blanding UT 84511 (435) 678-2238

stateparks.utah.gov/parks/edge-of-the-cedars/

NATURAL BRIDGES NAT'L MONUMENT

General Information

(435) 692-1234 nps.gov/nabr

 

GOOSENECKS STATE PARK

Highway 316 near the juction with US Hwy 162

north of Mexican Hat.

stateparks.utah.gov/parks/goosenecks/

 

RAINBOW BRIDGE NAT'L MONUMENT

(928) 608 6200  www.nps.gov/rabr

MANTI LA SAL NATIONAL FOREST (USFS)

432 East Center Street Monticello UT 84535

(435) 587-2041

fs.usda.gov/mantilasal

 

MONUMENT VALLEY NAVAJO TRIBAL PARK

(435) 727-5870    navajonationparks.org

BEARS EARS EDUCATION CENTER

567 W. Main St. Bluff UT 84511

(435) 414-0343   bearsearsmonument.org

FOUR CORNERS MONUMENT

(928) 871-6647

navajonationparks.org

                                                        

    

 SAFETY

Your safety is of utmost importance to us! Remember, this is a desert environment, even at higher elevations. Carry water, at least one gallon per person per day. And don't forget your pets and vehicles; they need water, too. Wear appropriate and protective clothing, especially a hat. Remember the day will warm up in the afternoon following a cool morning. Carry and use sunscreen. Plan your trip well. Stay with your group. If traveling alone, leave information as to your destination and expected date and time of returnwith someone, even if it is at the local visitor center. 

 

DISCLAIMER: The information in this publication is presented in good faith and on the basis that San Juan County, nor their agents or employees, are liable (whether by reason of error, omission, negligence, lack of care or otherwise) to any person for any damage or loss whatsoever which has occurred or may occur in relation to that person taking or not taking (as the case may be) action in respect of any statement, information or advice given in this publication. 

 

 MAPS 

Maps are available at the following: 

sanjuansafari.com-ATV/OHV

spear4all.com-ATV/OHV

cnha.org-Hiking, Biking, and ATV/OHV

Topographic: Topographic maps are available at the visitor centers. 

 

MORE INFORMATION

We want your visit to Utah's Canyon Country to be enjoyable. Assistance with itineraries is available at 

800 574-4386 or [email protected]

 

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