Yup, there’s also sand island and kachina petroglyph panels.
Gooseneck state park is tiny, but affords you an amazing view of the San Juan below with camping on the cliff, but they do charge you an entrance and a camping fee to park in a dirt lot next to you know who running the generator all night long.
As an alternative and an equally unique camping experience on a cliff side, head to Muley Point, open dispersed camping and it’s free! Super cool cliff side rock structures to hop around on. Head up 261 off of 163 from Mexican Hat from the south and hit the impressive dirt road switchbacks of Moki Dugway, Muley point road is just at the top, follow it in to the end.
Valley of the Gods road is amazing, try to make some time to do the loop, great camping spots along the loop as well.
On your way south on 163, towards monument valley, make sure to stop at Forest Gump Point to get the famous shot and take in the views
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