- The list below includes 12 free or cheap things to do in or near Bluff, Utah, including 16 different types of inexpensive activities like Rafting, Camping Site, Historic Districts and Historic Sites.
- From Bluff Fort Historic Site to Bluff Fort, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bluff and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Blanding and Mexican Hat.
The settlement of Bluff Fort Historic Site has been recently rebuilt and refurbished. The visitor's center and on-site historic buildings are available for self guided tours during business hours, and photographs can be taken throughout the settlement.
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Highway 95, 14 miles south of Blanding, Blanding, UT MoreLess Info
Built and inhabited by the Anasazi people around 1200 AD, the Butler Wash Archeological Ruin was rediscovered in the 19th century and has been preserved ever since. The ruin includes habitation areas, storage areas, and areas of religious significance.
Utah State Route 95 offers a scenic drive with views of multiple geological formations surrounding the road. A major attraction here is the House on Fire which is famous for its unique color and rock pattern.
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San Juan County Road 263 (Arch Canyon Road), Blanding, UT MoreLess Info
Mule Canyon Ruins are a set of restored and preserved ruins dating back to the time of the Anasazi civilization. Apart from the easily spotted roadside ruins, there are other lesser-known sites which can be reached through a hike up the canyon.
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Mexican Hat, UT MoreLess Info
The Muley Point Overlook is actually the top part of the Moki Dugway. The road itself is a rather staggering graded dirt switchback that covers three miles but allows for scenic views for those who make it to Muley Point at the top.
The Dinosaur Museum houses a variety of displays ranging from dinosaur eggs, skeletons, footprints, fossils as well as dinosaur sculptures and graphics. Apart from the exhibits, there are also movie posters, models and comics on display as a part of the museum director's personal collection.
Located near Highway 163, Goosenecks State Park is a popular scenic attraction offering panoramic views of the meadering San Juan River. Campsites are available which overlook the beautiful meanders and are equipped with picnic tables, restrooms, a fire ring and a bare tent pad.
Featuring the work of local artisans, Blue Mountain Artisans, LCA is a shop that sells photography prints, jewelry, and pottery. The shop hosts events like art workshops where visitors can learn skills like wire jewelry making.