Sand Island Petroglyph Panel
- GPS: 37.26164, -109.61897
The sand Island Petroglyph Panel is conveniently located right at Sand Island Campground in Bluff, Utah.
You can drive right up to them which makes them the easiest petroglyphs I’ve ever been able to reach. They are free to view and if you happen to be in the area worth the quick trip.
Hundreds of petroglyphs depicting handprints, bighorn sheep, hunters, Kokopelli, geometric patterns, and more are spread across a 100-yard panel.
These images are estimated to be between 300-3,000 years old.
Many of the petroglyphs are from the early Basketmaker through Pueblo III eras. More recent Ute and Navajo rock art can also be seen on the panel.
The Sand Island Petroglyphs were posted to the National Register of Historic Places on July 11, 1981.