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Fire Ban

  • Updated: August 01, 2017
  • The ban prohibits ALL open fires, including campfires and charcoal briquettes.
  • Portable propane fire pits and gas or propane stoves and barbeques designed for cooking or heating are allowed.
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  • Roads and trails in this area can become very slippery when wet making them unsafe or impassable for both vehicle and foot traffic. (This is due to the high content of bentonite, a clay-like material.) The access road from the viewpoint to the park's day use area is often closed during wet conditions.
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Day Use

    Camping

      Group Use

           

        Summer Activities

          Geocaching
          Birding
          Camping
          Canoeing/Kayaking
          Fishing


        Note Permitted activities may vary within a park. Please confirm details with park staff.

        • Birding: More than 150 bird species have been spotted in this park including: turkey vultures, golden eagles, red-tailed and Swainson's hawks, prairie falcons, mountain bluebirds, belted kingfishers and several varieties of warblers. The shady river banks are good places to view ducks and wading birds such as great blue herons, marbled godwits and willets.
        • Canoeing: The steep entrance road to the river valley becomes impassable during wet periods. Access is gated during winter months.
        • Off-Season Access: Please see notes on off-season access for the day use area and viewpoint.

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