This archaeological park displays some the the largest and best preserved Mayan commerative stelae. They are from the 700-800 AD time period. The park is well laid out and you can get very close to the objects. There are high quality interpretive signs and rest room facilities. It was very hot when my wife and I were there--105 F. It takes almost 2 hrs to see the whole place so take water with you. The paths to see the stelae are good quality and mostly flat. There is some climbing to see the administrative building ruins.
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