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Watch the movie The Teaching Rocks to understand the extreme significance of the area to the First Nations people. The carving as it was explained used to be as deep as three inches which is the depth of the carvers fingers. At this site the...More
A deeply historical and spiritual place to visit. A critical piece of Canada's past. I wasn't even aware that this place existed until I checked into and decided to make the drive to check it out. It was well worth the detour. I was impressed...More
Petroglyphs is a small day use park with great and private picnic spots. McGuinness Lake with its layers is an amazing place to look at but you can not go in the lake in order to preserve it. The park is known for the rock...More
When you visit the park, spend some time in the visitors' centre and be sure to take in the short movie presentation of The Teaching Rocks which puts a great deal of what you will see into perspective.
It's a little sad that the petroglyphs...More
It was very nice to be surrounded by nature. The Petroglyphs were very interesting to see and see the history. Its about a 10 minute drive into the park to get to the visitors center, then only a short walk to the Petroglyphs. Price is...More
We spent a lot of time over the last year in this park. Hiking in the summer and cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. There are beautiful spots to have a picnic lunch in both seasons, and in winter you may go the...More
I love this park. 1st off the location is awesome because you drive in for 10 minutes until you get to the visitor center and its very scenic. The visitors center staff was very helpful and friendly and the gallery very informative. Once out at...More
I really enjoyed this visit and found the information regarding the petroglyphs to be very interesting. I am planning to visit again in a few months with our family. There doesn't seem to be much else to do in the immediate area, so we're planning...More
The park was closed for the season (opens May 11 ) so I parked the car outside the gate and walked in . It was like I had left a busy , noisy world behind and stepped into another world; peace and tranquility. Nothing but...More
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You can drive and park close for wheelchair access from there it’s a nice walk on a pack path that is super clean and easy for both walkers and wheelchairs. They are extremely friendly there to help in any way as well... More
You can drive and park close for wheelchair access from there it’s a nice walk on a pack path that is super clean and easy for both walkers and wheelchairs. They are extremely friendly there to help in any way as well. Hopefully you go and enjoy