Be prepared to drive about 20 miles on a really rough dirt road to be rewarded with some amazing historical perspective. There is a really nice visitor center with running water, and a campground that is first come, first serve. Stop and get a map and talk to a ranger about what you are going to see. Bring lots of water, a picnic, and be prepared to walk a lot.Plan for an entire day if you want to see it all. Be sure to take the short hike behind the visitor center to Una Vida, as it provides a great overview of the area. There are beautiful wild horses on the drive in, as well as cattle grazing all over the place, so drive slowly and enjoy it all.
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