The Suns Eye petroglyph site is at the base of a tall cliff, near the Suns Eye Arch, in the Monument Valley backcountry.
The petroglyphs are from the Anasazi culture, a Native American culture that spanned the present-day Four Corners region of the United States from about about AD 100 to 1600. The motifs depict primarily bighorn sheep.
The Suns Eye petroglyphs in Monument Valley are only accessible with a Navajo Guide. Many of the Monument Valley tours stop here to look at the petroglyph site and rock formations.