Goosnecks State Park

When you visit the overlook, it's almost as if you're gazing back in time. The layers that result from the San Juan River cutting its way through history. This park has great view of an entrenched meander, a rare geological formation. Some views look down on the river more than a 1,000 feet below.

Travel 25 miles west of Bluff along US 163, west on SR 261, then southwest on SR 316 (about 30 minutes from Bluff) Don’t go back the way you came, if you want to see more spectacular views! Continue north on SR 261 about 6 miles and you will reach the famous Moki Dugway

The Moki Dugway is a staggering, graded dirt switchback road carved into the face of the cliff edge of Cedar Mesa. This route provides breathtaking views of some of Utah’s most beautiful sites. Scenic views of Valley of the Gods and distant Monument valley open at every turn of the dugway.

At the top of Moki Dugway you will see a turn-off that heads west. Just 8 miles down this well graded dirt road is the unforgettable Muley Point Overlook. The Muley Point Overlook provides viewers with a panorama of the Goosenecks of the San Juan River and the vast sweeping valleys of the desert valley below. In the distance you will see Monument Valley. Mark this as a not to be missed attraction.