Historical, recreational, scenic, and geologically popular can all describe this park. You can pick up a trail guide at the visitor’s center that will guide you to rock art panels, geological wonders, dramatic viewpoints, bubble caves, and a favorite trail takes you to an amazing canyon overlook area. There is an ATV trail system that runs through the park, but the hiking trails are for non-motorized use only. There is also a visitor’s center and a museum of the Indian village uncovered here. Dogs are allowed at no additional fee. They must be on a maximum 6 foot leash at all times, and they are not allowed in park buildings. Dogs are allowed on all the trails and at the overlook areas. Dogs must be well behaved, and cleaned up after at all times. The Castle Rock Campground is the only place you can camp in the park, and it offers a scenic setting complete with a creek, flush toilets, and your pet is welcome. Campers do not have to pay an additional day use fee for the park. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.
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