This is a nice "Mom and Pop" kind of attraction. We have always been fascinated by trees made of stone and thought they were all in Arizona or farther away. What a nice surprise to find so many of them, here, on our way home from the coast. This beautiful well maintained preserve was a delight to wander in at our own pace, to see and learn so much. We discovered that this oak forest had been in the family for many years. Instead of selling off all the precious and valuable fossils and land, they had held on to it. Today we are delighted that the public still has this access and I am happy to contribute to what little profit they need to maintain the educational atmosphere. I am grateful to the owners for making this available to me. The gift shop with its amazing specimens was a lot of fun to explore also.
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