Superbowl Group Site

Bears Ears National Monument, Near Monticello, Utah

Superbowl Group Site does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!

Overview

The Superbowl Group Site at Superbowl Campground is ideal for larger groups (10 to 30 people) wishing to recreate in the Indian Creek area and the Bears Ears National Monument Indian Creek Unit, or camp close to the Canyonlands National Park – Needles District. The Indian Creek area is generally primitive and undeveloped, with few services. The Indian Creek area is a popular filming area because of its classical "western" look. Both commercial advertisements and major motion pictures have been filmed in the area. Superbowl Campground is in the Bears Ears National Monument Indian Creek Unit and close to Newspaper Rock and the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. The Indian Creek area and the Bears Ears National Monument – Indian Creek Unit has gained international recognition for its extraordinary natural beauty and numerous recreational opportunities. Spectacular landscapes, along with rich archeological resources, provide visitors with an abundance of recreational opportunities. These opportunities include: hiking, biking, cultural resource viewing, camping, off-highway vehicle (OHV) use, rock climbing, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, sightseeing and scenic photography. These features attract visitors from around the world, who recreate both privately and by hiring commercial outfitters. The Superbowl Group Site is located in the northeastern corner of Superbowl Campground and features tent and trailer space, picnic tables, a fire ring, vault toilets, and a shade structure. The site can hold approximately 10 vehicles, with a vehicle and trailer counting as two vehicles. There is no drinking water provided. Indian Creek consists of a broad, gently rolling valley bracketed by the sheer sandstone cliffs of Harts Point to the northeast and Bridger Jack Mesa to the southwest. The valley is bisected by both the major thoroughfare of Highway 211 and Indian Creek itself. From Highway 211, the interior of the valley is a classic western landscape with panoramic vistas, towering sandstone cliffs and spires, and rolling grasslands.

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