Posted in Utah August 18, 2016by David Cooper, Guest Contributor
Monument Valley In Utah Tells A Tale Of Navajo Culture And Old West Hollywood History
Welcome to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. This area of Utah was originally settled by Puebloan peoples, who lived here for 1,000 years,hunting and growing crops until roughly 1250 A.D.
With so many beautiful sights to see, you may want to stay overnight and explore the area more thoroughly. There are several places to stay in and around the park, including the Goulding Lodge Motel, which is located close to Goulding Lodge Museum and gift shop.
There is an admission charge to enter the park, but it is worth every penny. Spring and fall are the most beautiful seasons to visit. Come to see the scenic landscapes that inspired John Ford and John Wayne and immerse yourself in the rich Navajo culture in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.