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The petroglyphs are located "on the way" to other more interesting things.
There is a proper pull off with ample parking and from there it is a very short walk to the viewing boardwalk.
There are a couple of telescopes to help you home in...More
This stop consists of a very nicely planned boardwalk that allows visitors to see a long panel of Fremont petroglyphs. Most of the easily accessible prehistoric images in the Southwest do not extend over such a long distance, so it is particularly interesting to move...More
This was a good short stop. Capitol Reef has lots of various things to see and do, and this is worth seeing. Thousand year old native petroglyphs. I would recommend if you have binoculars in the car, get them out and take a look, because...More
These petroglyphs, etched in the rockwall by the Fremont people over 1000 years ago are a compelling communication from the past. They are easily accessible, right off Rt. 24 as it winds through the park, and there is a lovely boardwalk from which you can...More
Very easy to get to, very cool to see! We stopped because of other reviews here and I'm so glad we did. If you have someone with you that doesn't hike or struggles to get around, there are excellent boardwalks all along the rock face...More
Easy to access and view, these ancient rock carvings are right there in front of you.
You stand looking up at them and you’re left wondering what your mark will be on the world.
I wanted to go back in time and learn from the...More
We were on our way past, not expecting to stop.... and thought "well, we'll just quickly stop in to refresh at their Visitor Center,". We ended up re-filling our water bottles at their outside refill fountain (by the bathrooms) and also ended up buying some...More