On top of Cedar Mesa sits either on BLM land administered by the Monticello Field Office or Glen Canyon NRA, not sure which, but I don't recall seeing any signs or rangers restricting camping. No fee signs or collection boxes were visible. <br /> <br />Mulie Point rd off of UT-261, just north of the Moki Dugway. <br /> <br />There are many dispersed camping spots just off the main road on some side roads. These are all dirt roads and could be navigated by a passenger car if careful and if dry. With a high-clearance vehicle, more spots are available. This viewpoint does get a reasonable amount of visitors, but it never felt crowded. The number of visitors who spend the night is far less. <br /> <br />I don't think an RV would make it on the side roads, but could probably park along the main road or in the wider parking area overnight. <br /> <br />Some Juniper trees spread scattered throughout might provide some wind shelter and privacy, but don't count on it. <br />The spectacular views of the Goosenecks and Monument Valley in the distance are just amazing. With generally south facing views, both sunrise and sunsets are beautiful. <br />I have been here for the views 3 times and camped once and plan on returning. One of my favorite spots.
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