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The trail from the parking lot to the petroglyphs was well maintained, pretty short, and easy to follow. There was a ranger who was knowledgeable about the history & lore of petroglyphs, and Native American history in general, who showed us around the petroglyphs. There is also a longer circular trail in the park so people can explore the wooded... 更多
My husband is writing a novel set in this part of Michigan, and we've been wandering around getting background information. The petroglyphs are a fascinating bit of history/folklore that we enjoyed very much. Don, the ranger/caretaker, suggested a visit to the Ziibiwing Center in Mount Pleasant, which helped put the petroglyphs into context. Both are worth the visit!
A must see for those interested in the history of life of Native Peoples of Michigan! Lovely walk and worth the time to explore!
Have wanted to visit here for a while! Very nice, the trail back was well groomed and had benches along the way. Once at the petroglyphs there is another interpretive display, there was also an interpreter there who told us more about the area and the petroglyphs. We had my nearly 87 year old Grama with us, and she was... 更多
We were lucky enough to find Park Ranger Don at the site of the main collection of petroglyphs. He was exceptionally well informed on the history of the petroglyphs, their symbology, and the native Americans who created them. He spent about 30 minutes walking us through the glyphs and it made for a fascinating narrative. We walked part of the... 更多
It has been years since we came here. When we came before there was no fence and was exposed to the elements. This time we could not get close due to the fence being locked. The Petroglyphs are open for viewing Wednesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Memorial Day through Labor Day The rest of the park has... 更多
Worth seeing if you're in the area but make sure you go during business hours so you get the short tour explaining what you're looking at. Otherwise, the carvings are guarded behind a large fence and you won't see much. Also, when we visited late July, the entire trail was not open due to one of the bridges being out... 更多
On Saturdays during the summer months, there is generally a guide available so that visitors can get an up-close view. The guide shared some history and interesting stories. The 'tour' is short enough that youngsters won't grow restless. Amazing carvings. A drive worth taking.
The ranger gives the stories and history of the petroglyphs. Some pictures have disappeared before the covering was added. Now the covering brings another set of problems. Bats like it so the dung has to be cleared off. Moisture causes moss to grow. You can still several pictures, but you better hurry to view them. Who knows what a few... 更多
I enjoyed my visit to the petroglyphs. Don, the docent, was very informative and explained the fragile state of the sandstone carvings, and what each carving represented. I found the prayer gifts from Ojibwa tribe members tied to the chain circling the stone interesting. This is apparently a sacred site for them. If you are going, make sure the area... 更多