I suggest to bring binoculars and just keep on looking until you catch-em-all. There's plenty to see and this is one of few petroglyphs I saw which weren't vandalized.
Easily seen from a roadside pullout, these ancient petroglyphs provide an interesting glimpse into the history of this area. They are worth stopping to see, and the stop takes no more than 5-10 minutes, just depending on how long you want to linger and take photos. A short boardwalk takes you closer for a better view.
Along the route west past the schoolhouse. Amazing that these have lasted so long. They have a viewing apparatus from further back but we were able to see them just fine with our bare eyes when we got up close.
This is definitely a place to visit for anyone who likes Native American history. I suggest starting at the visitor center, then walking the outside loop. This is where one gets the closeup. Unfortunately, some people thought it an invitation to destroy. Still, there are many well preserved petroglyphs and great picture taking opportunities. After seeing everything there is at... 更多
Part of the trail is closed as of this time but still worth the time to stop and look at the Fremont Petroglyphs. Petroglyphs are images created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, or abrading, as a form of rock art.
The petroglyphs were an easy walk from the parking lot. There was also a wooden walk that was level to see even more. Very scenic walk and only takes a few minutes to see. If you are there when the ranger talk is given, was around 2 or 3 pm when we were there was worth listening in if you... 更多