This state park protects an area that centuries ago was used by Native Americans to run Bison off the cliff. this was just their way of hunting bacjk then. The park is a bit out of the way, as you drive 7 miles on a gravel road to get there. But I guess that adds to the beauty of it. There are no staff members or visitor's center here. There are interesting interpretive signs and a mildly strenuous trail to the top of the jump. Great view from up there. Just beware of rattlesnakes.
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