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I had no idea this was here or that I would be driving by. I saw the sign and decided to stop. So glad I did!! The area is entrenched with Mormon and Native American History. Once again, my heart was saddened to hear how...More
The Mormon and Native American (Kaibab/Paiute) history is well-displayed and interesting for all ages. The adjoining village of Moccasin is a good example of what a mid-1800's frontier town looked like.
We had no idea what to expect and were very pleasantly surprised with the experience. It doesn't take very long and is very educational. We learned a lot more history that was very interesting. The 25 minute video is very good, as well the guided...More
i was very surprised by how mice this park was. my husband and i didnt spend a lot of time here but it was a really nice park. they had blacksmiths on site so you could see them at work and ask them questions. they...More
We had thought we would stop here to use the bathrooms, but it turned out to be a really great stop. There is a museum and a fort/homestead to visit. I recommend you take the tour, so you can see he insides of the houses...More
Stopped here cause I was in the nearby and anytime I can visit a National Park or Monument I do. I have the annual pass but the fee to enter without it was $10. Be sure to take the tour of the "castle" for the...More
Pipe Spring is a hidden gem that is overlooked and under visited. I had never heard of it, until I noticed it was on my route from the North Rim to Las Vegas. (AZ-389, by the way, is the fastest way from the North Rim...More
This was a trip into the past, a history lesson, and a cultural eye-opener. The 25 minute film that explained the relationships between the native Paiute Indians, the Mormon pioneers and the Federal Government on this amazing high desert plateau is the best I've ever...More
This Monument has a superb visitor center that needs to be viewed before any tour with rangers of the ranch that was built on the site. (By the way, as a treat, there are a couple long horn cattle in the corals.) In addition there...More
Learned so much I had no idea about. There is a guided tour led by the national park staff. The original fort called "Windsor Castle" still stands. Brigham Young established this farm to feed the people building the temple in St. George, Utah.