Seminole Canyon State Park Travel Guide

  • Visitors Center
    Visitors Center
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  • Seminole Canyon
    Seminole Canyon
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    Pictographs
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    by Basaic Written May 7, 2012

    Favorite thing: Seminole Canyon State Park has ancient pictographs, rugged rock formations made of limestone, and spectacular canyons. The area called Fate Bell Shelter has pictographs dated from 4000 years ago, which are considered some of the oldest in North America. Access to at least some of the pictographs are only through guided tours. Guided tours are available Wednesday through Sunday at 10 AM and 3 PM. In June, July, and August there is no 3PM tour. There are 8 miles of hiking trails in the park. The park also has a Visitor's Center with a gift shop, and an interpretive museum. I enjoyed the museum, and the views of Seminole Canyon.

    Seminole Canyon Visitors Center Visitors Center Museum Displays Pictographs Oven
    Related to:
    • Historical Travel
    • Archeology
    • National/State Park

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