Sand Isand Petroglyph Site, Utah USA
Spanning 2,500+ years ago to the 19th Century this is an easy to access panel with drive up viewing. Most of the petroglyphs are from the early Basketmaker through Pueblo III eras. More recent Ute and Navajo rock art can be identified by their brighter carvings and location lower on the wall. When visiting the 100-yard panel, see if you can spot its famous Kokopelli and a bighorn sheep playing a flute.
There are additional petroglyphs upriver past the campground.
For more information visit the Bears Ears Partnership.