Fremont Indian State Park and Museum

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Fremont Indian State Park and Museum

Fremont Indian State Park and Museum
4.5
Parki stanowe • Muzea historyczne
09:00 - 17:00
Monday
09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday
09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday
09:00 - 17:00
Thursday
09:00 - 17:00
Friday
09:00 - 17:00
Saturday
09:00 - 17:00
Sunday
09:00 - 17:00
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Kate S
22 contributions
Surprising Delight
mar 2021 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
A lot of beautiful hikes (and most are short)! And a lot of cool pictographs and petroglyphs, too! Only drawback is that part of the Centennial Trail is on the side of the road, but not that bad.
Written 28 marca 2021
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JW041
Evansville, IN294 contributions
Nice Park
paź 2020
It has a very nice museum, but it is pretty small. The paved trail right outside the vc/museum gets you pretty close to several panels of petroglyphs. The park itself is very beautiful and full of stunning rock formations. I was a bit disappointed with a lot of the trails because they didn't get you close enough to actually see the petroglyphs and they didn't want you to hike off the trail. For example, the Newspaper Rock pullout is just a pullout with an information sign. There are no binoculars and the petroglyph panel is too far away to even see the designs. Same with the "Indian Blanket." No binoculars and it is so far away that it looks like a speck. I suppose the most important thing to bring is a pair of binoculars if you plan on hiking the trails with intent to see the petroglyphs.
Written 21 października 2020
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Kbecjeans⛺
Salt Lake City, UT18 919 contributions
A great short visit
paź 2020
I have stopped at the Museum before. But this time we camped overnight and took the time to do the hikes and other stops outside of the museum. I was very impressed. There is more to this little place than you think. The museum was created after builders of I-70 dug into a prehistoric Fremont Indian village. There are some wonderful artifacts in the museum and a good explanation of the people who lived here. The village was on a hilltop above clear creek.

Up and down on the cliffs above the creek are found some wonderful petroglyphs and pictographs. It took us a little over an hour to do a quick overview of them before the sun went down. I would plan an hour for the museum and two hours to do all the hikes/petroglyphs.

We stayed at the Castle Rock Campground. This is a small campground in a scenic canyon sided by towering cliffs of sedimentary and volcanic columns. It was so peaceful and quiet and really an old-fashioned kind of campground. We slept to the music of the small stream flowing nearby.
Written 5 października 2020
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Michael V
1 contribution
Beautiful Park Fantastic Staff
wrz 2020 • Dla rodziny
Visited the park on an overnight camping trip. The park was beautiful, clean and a safe place to visit. Thank you to the staff for your help with my little tire issue in the parking lot. I could not have fixed it without you help!
Written 13 września 2020
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Leah V
2 contributions
Family fun trip!
wrz 2020 • Dla rodziny
Awesome! Amazing staff! A must see with the family! Interactive museum. We showed up and found we had a flat tire, the staff jumped to action and helped us repair our tire! Thank you to the amazing staff at the Fremont Indian State Park Museum! Add this to you family bucket list of places to see! ❤️
Awesome gift shop!
Written 13 września 2020
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DowntownGBrown
Monument, Kolorado189 contributions
Little gem of history
sie 2020 • Pary
What a nice stop! The film and museum were informative, the gift shop had some unique finds. Staff was helpful and we enjoyed walking around to see the petroglyphs and pictographs.
Written 13 sierpnia 2020
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Verlin C
Roy, UT127 contributions
A Great Surprize
wrz 2019
We had a really great time. All the hikes, Indian artifacts, the visitors center, the drive to Fish lake, fishing the rivers, and perfect weather. The campground was really nice.
Written 30 października 2019
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Paul S
Costa Mesa, Kalifornia1 604 contributions
Hidden Gem of a Museum
lip 2019
Some 20+ years ago, my wife and I visited this location while we were touring UT. Fast forward to 2019 and we brought our two sons here on the way to Colorado. It's something of a hidden gem along highway 70. If you have the time, definitely make the stop. It's well worth a visit.

The museum visitor's center is well stocked with exhibits and a movie theater (and, of course, a gift shop). The rangers are very helpful with hiking suggestions, which is great since it felt like it was 100F outside. The hiking around the visitor's center will get you a good look at a lot of the petroglyphs and if you have the time, there are a lot of additional trails and exhibits. You could spend a good portion of the day here.

As we were heading to Grand Junction, CO, we contented ourselves with the area immediately around the visitor's center before getting back into the air conditioned car. One recommendation if you're there during summer like we were: Bring lots of water to dink.

Overall, this is a great museum and park.
Written 24 września 2019
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Leigh S
Bremerton, Washington, United States129 contributions
Worth the trip!
wrz 2019
This is a small but interesting state park. The main draw is the petroglyphs, which are stunning and easily accessible via a paved trail. The museum shows an interesting video on the area. It was a great place to spend some time!
Written 20 września 2019
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Steve J
Nephi, UT251 contributions
Don't miss the museum
lip 2019 • Pary
This place is great!. Very easy to miss. There are exhibits, gifts, picnic tables, trails for all levels. Been there twice and never a crowd. Can spend one hour or all day. Camping available. From I-70, get off where US89 turns south and follow highway 4 west. Stunning drive, especially west of the park up the canyon. If you use I-70, you miss it all.
Written 26 lipca 2019
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