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I have never woken up to anything as beautiful as watching the sun rise over Monument Valley. Sitting up in my tent and seeing the Mittens was breathtaking.
Luckily, everyone else around us was just as awestruck in the morning. However, during sunset there were...More
The cabin was very comfortable, but the sunrise will blow you away! I have stayed here twice for the Monument Valley Half Marathon which is the weekend just before Thanksgiving and have loved it both times. Highlights: *My son took some awesome photos of the...More
My sister and I spent two nights. We woke up to beautiful sunrises and awesome views throughout the days. The cabin was very cozy and clean. We paid extra to stay on the lower row of cabins for the best unobstructed view. Check-in and check-out...More
Stayed here in an RV for 2 nights and whilst the showers were okay, for $40, you would have thought that they might have hoop ups. The location is great, just behind the cabins, so you have a view and are 50 yards from the...More
I have stayed at The View Hotel as well as The View Cabins. This year I chose to rent an RV and stay at The View Campground.
The RV campground consists of roughly level-ish dirt pads, each with a picnic table, rather close together (when...More
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I have seen many trailers left hooked up to their tow vehicles in the parking lot. I don't think you will have a problem with that as long as you aren't living in it. Being a paid guest gives you access to the parking lot... More
I have seen many trailers left hooked up to their tow vehicles in the parking lot. I don't think you will have a problem with that as long as you aren't living in it. Being a paid guest gives you access to the parking lot, as well as the bathrooms and showers.
With the altitude it was quite a trek, but not so bad once you get up the hill. Not to mention you are walking in 1/2 a foot of red sand. You can pick a site that is closer to the top and the bathroom if you wanted. We... More
With the altitude it was quite a trek, but not so bad once you get up the hill. Not to mention you are walking in 1/2 a foot of red sand. You can pick a site that is closer to the top and the bathroom if you wanted. We couldn't because my husband HAD to be the closets to the Buttes. Even though there was not problem with anyone in your way on any site that I seen. The bathroom also requires a combination so you just have to make sure you remember that at the time you take the trek. I just left the combination code paper in the window of my truck that I had to pass every time I went. That way I just passed it and shown the flashlight through to see it if I forgot it. The sunrise was breathtaking and we were there on a Monday and Tuesday night. Each morning we were surrounded by tent goers quietly whispering looking at the sunrise. Very unique experience.