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A sign points to the right towards petroglyphs at bottom of entrance road with a little up-and-down hike where some were visible. Then as suggested to us, there’s another section of walls beyond the campsites as you come down the hill at entrance turn left...More
A few miles southwest of Bluff along UT 191 is Sand Island. This is a good place to stop briefly for an up-close with the San Juan River. Feel free to get your feet wet and chill a bit. But the river runs muddy, so...More
We stopped here unexpectedly after stopping to talk to a local about another site. It was very easy to get to without any hike required. You need to enter Sand Island campground in order to access the Petroglyph Panel. Once you turn to enter the...More
As you go south from Bluff about 4 miles on the left is a sign for Sand Island. No mention of Petroglyphs (owner of Desert Rose pointed us in the direction). Very impressive, but a shame that some idiots think its fun to try to...More
The area is labeled “campgrounds” with no signage for the petroglyphs. When you get in there are directional signs and some information. It’s a free and simple side-trip. Some of the petroglyphs are visible from the parking area where anyone can access them. Others require...More
This is a quick stop off the main highway (UT191) that is signposted. The petroglyphs run along the rock wall for about 100 feet. In some areas they are very dense, in others not so, with some oldest ones already darkened by the "varnish" from...More