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Take a quick excursion from the main road to this rocky plateau with a spectacular view of the winding canyon carved by the San Juan River a thousand feet below. The admission is $5, or $10 to stay overnight. There is a toilet, but nothing else but wide open rocky space. Strong winds have been reported, so do not overnight too close to the edge for fear that a gale will push you over. If you have a roadworthy toad (like a 4WD) take a spectacular drive to Muley Point overlook, and back. The drive is breathtaking overlooking the Valley of the Gods, and the view surpasses that of Goosenecks.
good choice 10$ a night. there are restrooms. AND what a view!! :)
Nothing but a pit toilets and some fire rings. But you can camp right in the rim and see the river twist and turn 1000 feet below. A wonderful private place.