Tread in the footsteps of dinosaurs as you explore all the natural wonder the Red Fleet State Park has to offer visitors. Situated in the heart of Dinosaurland, the park provides the perfect window into discovering the incredible 200 million year old natural history of the region. Visitors can follow a trail up to the site where they can observe the foot prints of these incredible creatures for themselves. Besides this, visitors can enjoy a whole host of enjoyable outdoor activities from camping, boating, canoeing, trekking, climbing, mountain biking and more. The views across the desert landscape and sandstone cliffs are breathtakingly beautiful, especially at sunset when the entire area is suffused with a reddish orange tint, and its not difficult to imagine immense dinosaurs roaming the earth with a little stretch of the imagination. For more information about activities and events at the park as well as group visits and tours, please contact them directly.
Dry Fork Canyon offers visitors a unique opportunity to get within touching distance of some of the most fascinating remnants of Native American culture that flourished in this region between 1-1200 AD. Ponder the explainable as you walk along the sandstone cliffs covered in hundreds of petroglyphs and pictographs carved by ancient hands over a thousand years ago. From the easily identifiable figures of animals, bird and humans to the strangely carved geometric shapes and figures. Marked trails are available on the property to follow up the cliffs. They can be difficult to navigate, so those who cannot climb up can still appreciate the figures from a distance as some are over 9 feet tall. The rock art is located on private property, but the trails are open to the public and visitors must follow the posted signs and instructions. For additional details, visit the website.