This place is literally in the middle of nowhere - but a great way to break up a drive from the south rim of the Grand Canyon to Glen Canyon. It's about halfway between the park exit and page, az This stop has only a few hand-painted signs to let you know it's coming.
It's on the Navajo reservation and tours are offered by Navajo "guides".
They're certainly not professionally trained guides, but there is no charge and they ask only for a donation in the amount of your choice.
Maddie was our guide. She showed us numerous dinosaur tracks and identified the species that made them. We were also shown skeletal fossils of dinosaurs and a crocodile In addition, they have rocks that melted into other rocks as they broke off a meteor that fell in the vicinity
It's a one of a kind place. We also found so,e great jewelry that was handmade by Maddie's mother and some cool toys for the kids.
This is a must.
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