This 745-acre park of unique geological rock formations is located in the high desert near Agua Dulce Springs. The park features a history trail tour of the Tatavian Indians and Spanish settlers. Other activities include: campfire nature talks, equestrian programs, a junior ranger program, seasonal special events, hiking and horseback riding. Picnic areas are provided. Organized youth group camping and school tours are by reservation only. The park is also available for motion picture filming, weddings, and large group picnics and parties.
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