Despite its less than attractive name, Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah has off-the-charts views. We camped at both the campgrounds (for lack of a four-day block at either) and I am really glad we did. It allowed me to get some sunrise shots.
The story goes that wild horses were rounded up on the point. The best ones were taken, leaving the rest corralled, in view of the Colorado River below but without access to any water, so they died.
You know who's not going to go without? The ravens. They kept watch over the dumpsters and we were warned to make sure what we deposited was entirely under the lid or the ravens would liberate it. I also had the pleasure of seeing several desert cottontail rabbits and one jack rabbit. I would have gotten a photo, but, don't you know, he was too fast for me.