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A local geologist/hiker and I took a group of senior citizens to this location. It is a secluded location without shade, except for the picnic area, so go in cool times of year or early morning in the summer. Having an individual who is knowledgable...More
This is a short walk- probably 3/4 of a mile at most with petrified trees all around. There is helpful signs telling you about history as well. Can be a little muddy at times but still super fun- also a great place to walk a...More
Visited this site with a tour group of 4 - pleasant walk over a 3/4 mile loop amid grasses & wild flowers, set in rolling hills ... not a large number of fossilised tree specimens, but it’s still fascinating to see 60 million year old...More
Finding this place is the first challenge. We had a hand drawn map form the BLM office In Buffalo. We did not see any signs except at the entrance.
The walk is pleasant so long as you do not do it on a 100 degree...More
My wife and I took our 20 month old out here because we wanted to get out of the hotel and find something to do. We found this short trail (0.8 mile) and made our way out. We enjoyed the hike and the great views...More
We went out first thing in the morning and there were no other people there. Very quiet and the views were great. You get to see the tree rings up close and one fairly large petrified tree where the dirt has been stripped away. It's...More
How amazing to see such ancient tree trunks and bits preserved! I feel like this area is definitely under advertised! I loved learning the little tidbits about how the trees formed into what you see today! It was a nice little walk/hike, but not of...More