We walked one of the shorter trails, viewed the movie, and worked on the Jr Ranger badge program with our children. There were a good number of ground squirrels that we observed and large petrified stumps. In the visitor center you are able to view fossils so detailed that you can see the veins in the wings of the bee. We visited the park for about two hours. It would have been nice to have more time.
Our three children ages 7, 12, and 14 all enjoyed the visit and counted it among one of their favorite destinations on our trip.
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