Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
The paleontological values contained within the WSA are of scientific value. Invertebrate and vertebrate specimens are found in the Straight Cliffs.The Straight Cliffs, raising 2,000 feet above the Escalante Valley floor, are a scenic landmark in southern Utah. The cliffs are the dominant topographic feature between the Town of Escalante and Lake Powell, and provide spectacular scenic views of the Escalante River drainage, the Waterpocket Fold, Boulder Mountain, and the Henry Mountains.
Eastern Garfield and Kane Counties, about 2 miles south of Escalante, Utah.