Great place. Pretty easy to get to. Lots of amenities. Plenty of picnic spots, only 11 campsites that are first come first serve. We camped over night. I'd suggest getting there early in the morning. The place gets pretty busy on a weekend afternoon. Bring lots of bug spray. Other than that, it's a great place to camp.
Fun park to explore! It can be as short or as long of a stay as you'd like to make it depending on how daring you want to be. There's a decent little campground that would be fun to spend a night at. Overall a fun short day trip for us!
Beautiful place a bit out of the way but well worth it. My only pet peave is they spent so much money and effort on their Danger signs that they don't post any trail maps so people just wander around on their own making trails where they want to and trimming the desert vegetation in the process. You do need to be careful, not a place for unsupervised kids.
Does not disappoint in spring and fall, always pretty and green, the fall is full and magnificent. Have not been to the bottom, do not know how the hike is, but it looks treacherous and exciting, maybe some day I will be brave enough and visit the bottom. Nice overnight spots are in the park with a fire pit and a table.
It's an interesting visit, but way out there -- long drive. The last two miles on a terrible "wash-board" gravel road ... terrible, as in -- expect repair bill tire, frame, and/or alignment damage. Limited tent camping. $10.00 entrance fee. Just my opinion, this is an interesting (not special) geological feature, worthy of a few photographs, but it's not so great to justify the travel distance, horrible dirt road (which could be easily ameliorated with a bi-daily or weekly drag), & $10.00 entrance fee. My recommendation: investigate thoroughly before you make the trip. The official website provides only very minimal information.