Fremont Indian State Park

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Campground Description

Fremont Indian State Park was established to preserve Clear Creek Canyons treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. Visit the museum in the visitor center where a video program introduces you to the Fremont Indians. Twelve interpretive trails, one accessible to wheelchairs, lead you into legend and history depicted through pictographs and petroglyphs. Also enjoy rock art, interpretive trails, fishing, horseback riding.
Contact: State Government (recreation.gov)
Posted by: TrailAPI on April 10, 2013
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    Campground Activities

    Camping, museum, hiking

    Campground Amenities

    Drinking Water, Fire Ring, Flush Toilet, Grill, Pets OK, Picnic Table

    Reservation info

    http://utahstateparks.reserveamerica.com/Camping/Fremont Indian State Park/r/campgroundDetails.do?subTabIndex=campDetail&contractCode=UT&parkId=345271

    Camping Fees

    $13 per night

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    Reviews of Fremont Indian State Park



    Reviewed by UtahTabby on November 13, 2013

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    Went camping here with my Labrador, we had fun exploring the area and finding the Native American art and glyphs -- take lots of photographs! Pretty spread out so you drive through the park, stop and hike to each of the fairly-nearby sites. Pretty dry area, so take lots of water hiking. I went in late August and was only person there. I enjoyed the museum, there is a life-like mannequin of a young Fremont woman whose bones they found when they dug up the area for the Interstate 70. There is a large area up the road from the museum for group camping, we'll plan a family reunion there one day. The State Park is a ways from some small 'farming' towns, so try to be self-sufficient for anything other than what you can find at a gas station. If you like exploring dry, desert, rocky landscape that seems untouched by modern hands, you will like this area. And close to dinosaur footprints as well. Great for ATVs, hiking, biking, photography. A forested area "Fish Lake" is not too far away, for exploring also.
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