Formed of volcanic ash welded together 30 million years ago, then sculpted by wind and water into rows of monolithic blocks, these incredible rock formations give City of Rocks its name. New hiking trails and a new public night sky observatory add to this unique destination.
Camping, picnicking, star gazing, nearby Faywood Hot Springs, geological exploration
Visitor Center, group shelter, restrooms, showers, tables, firepits and BBQ's.
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primitive site $8, developed site $10, electric $4
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Strange, otherworldly rock formations make this park very unique and super cool! Its a little mysterious here, especially at night. Camp in the middle of the rock outcroppings for very private sites.
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