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Mexican Hat in Utah is a tiny village on the banks of the San Juan River with stunning geology and scenery. It is near Goosenecks State Park on the northern edge of the Navajo Nation’s borders in south-central San Juan County, Utah, United States.
The three main sites of interest near Mexican Hat are the overlook at Muley Point, the entrenched river meanders at Goosenecks State Park and the red sandstone formations of Valley of the Gods. A popular place for rafting over the past century, there are many early stories of river running history in this location.