Was worried my kids may not like hiking and such on spring break. but even they were impressed with the canyons. You can take any of the marked trails, or try to climb up any canyon walls per the disclaimer on the map to climb at your own risk. That's exactly what we like to do. We had hikes of 4-7 miles long. Kids loved the trail with the cave running under it and finding some beautiful rocks. We hiked the hardest trail that leads back to Fern Cave. Not impressed with the named cave but found some that you had to climb to get to on this trail and it was challenging. Teenage son climbed to the highest one while wife couldn't even watch. Amazing views. We tent camped. Wind was not kind to our tent. Have a small tent and stake it down good. We hiked for 2 days and my kids never got tired. I asked them what they liked best and they all agreed seeing the prairie dogs which were just plain fun to watch. I was hoping to see a rattlesnake but no such luck. Will definitely go back, just with a better smaller tent.