Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
The Moccasin Mountain Dinosaur Tracksite gives you vast views of the Kaibab Indian Reservation and the beautiful sandstone cliffs that surround the area. There are hundreds of tracks at this site with at least six different types of footprints preserved in the colorful sandstone. This site contains one of the highest diversity of fossil vertebrate tracks for the Early Jurassic time period in North America. You will find three informational panels near the parking area for this site. They provide information on the types of animals that made the tracks, how many tracks there are, as well as a brief history of the area. The Moccasin Mountain Dinosaur Tracksite is open to foot traffic only and is 0.5 miles round trip. Bicycles and motorized vehicles are not allowed. Dogs are welcome, but dog poop must be carried out. Disposal bags and a trash can are located at the trailhead. For more information, detailed maps, and current conditions, contact the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Visitor Center in Kanab, UT.
Leave Kanab, UT, and head north on Highway 89 for 7 miles, turn west on Hancock Road. Drive Hancock road until it meets with Yellowjacket Road. At the T, make a left and head southwest for 9 miles. Then, make a left onto BLM route 30. BLM Route 30 is marked by a kiosk displaying a map of the Kanab Field Office and a sign for the tracksite. Stay on BLM route 30 until you reach the parking area, where you will find three tall kiosk and informational signs. Please do not drive beyond the vehicle barricades. If there has been heavy rain in the area, the barricade may have washed away, so please park at the interpretive kiosk. A four-wheel-drive, high-clearance vehicle is required to drive on BLM route 30 due to deep sand and rocky surfaces.