Arizona Points of Interest

Monument Viewpoint

From the parking area you do a short walk on the Bill Hall Trail on the Forest Service land before entering into the National Park. In the Forest Service boundaries you travel thru a sparsely traveled, primitive area through a valley of oak, aspen and Ponderosa pine trees.

This is an excellent place to see deer, eagles and coyotes as well as all of those smaller but just as interesting critters that frequent these habitats.


Points of Interest
Marble Viewpoint
Monument Viewpoint
Nampaweap Rock Art Site
Oak Grove Historic Cabin
Pine Historic Ranch
Shanley Historic Cabin
Timp & North Timp Viewpoints
Tuweep Kiosk
Whitmore Canyon Overlook
Witch Pool

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
TenX 70 6,656 ft
De Motte 25 8,793 ft
Mather - Grand Canyon National Park 317 6,978 ft

Nearby Streamflow Levels

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