A neat little park, adjacent to the entrance to Grand Staircase-Escalante and not far from Bryce Canyon. Its main features are "sedimentary pipes", freestanding structures which sometimes look like petrified wood (but aren't). There's also the interesting Shakespeare Arch, which requires a 45-minute round-trip hike. Definitely worth a couple of hours of your time, though many of the structures require more hiking than I'm capable of these days.
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