We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews the river kids loved climbing free attraction fun climbing water shoes big fun cool off trash cans picnic tables interesting place great for families a lot of fun dinosaur valley dam fishing park rapids
It was fun going through the rocks and climbing around them. This is a very interesting rock formation. I did a little fishing in the river using light tackle and caught some perch and small bass. Be careful it is raining since the rocks will...More
Definitely a good place for families to let the kids run and play..... BUT if you have little kids, this place is full of accidents waiting to happen so you have to be right with them. There is an area with “not so big rocks”...More
Nice place in Glenrose, the kids can play on the rocks and in the river. Everyone will enjoy this area. It can be crowded at times but everyone seems to be accommodating. It's a nice break from exploring the area.
I have visited Big Rocks many times. Nice place to commune with others. A little afraid of the virus germs in the water at times--particular when there has not been adequate rain, so I don't actually swim there. But the rocks are so majestic just...More
We visited today, just to get out of the city. It is 108° so we did not stay long. It is a vivid reminder of how severe the drought is here. The natural beauty is incredible as is the remains of the original dam.
A nifty little pocket-park tucked away downtown, Big Rocks, offers exactly what you expect—big rocks. Really big rocks dot the landscape and are perfect for climbing, crawling under and scampering over. There are loose stones and fossils as well, along with some water features.
We stopped by this park on our way out of Glen Rose for the weekend just to say we'd been there. I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't think looking at a bunch of big rocks would be all that fascinating but it kind of was....More