Trails on the west side of the park are fairly well marked, don't miss the scenic overlook on the yellow trail -- it's a great view, plus a family of deer pranced by me! The dinosaur tracks are an absolute thrill for natural history buffs (like me!), and there's a great little exhibition near the main office that explains what you're going to see and it's historical significance. The swimming holes looked extremely popular with kids -- I waded a bit but didn't swim.
The only thing that keeps me from making this a five star experience is that the trails on the east side are not as well marked.
But I'm so glad I went, and I would highly recommend this place to others!
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