We came to this park with our two boys aged 9 and 11. We were here 4 hours and could have stayed longer. First off, they were doing construction at the entrance, so once you get through the ticket booth it was unclear where to go. We figured it out after a while...and watched the movie which set the stage for what the park was about. There was a nice combination of history, hiking and educational. Our kids LOVED climbing in the copper mines as well as climbing through the stone arches. The area was beautiful! It was easy to spend the day here since it was fairly cool, but in the heat of the summer you would have to bring a lot of water.
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