- Type: Campgrounds/RV Parking
NileGuide Expert Says:
You can stay in a teepee if you want!
NileGuide Expert tip:
Mukuntuweep is Paiute for "sacred cliffs." There, you learned something.
Why Mukuntuweep? It's simple, clean, functional, cheap. Worth the stay if those attributes are on your radar! Featuring six log cabins, a teepee (yes, a teepee), and a hogan (a traditional Navajo dwelling), you share bathrooms with other guests. Wanna drop a line? Check out the fishing pond. Got kids? Send them toward the playground. A restaurant, funky little store, and gas station across the street round things out. This place makes for a decent stay for the RV group as well as low-maintenance budget travelers.
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