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You can wander around the dinosaur tracks on you own or take the opportunity to be shown the many ancient wonders by one of the local native guides. My travel buddy and I had a most insightful and entertaining time with guide John Willie Jr...More
This was great! Well worth a stop. The Navajo guides are very knowledgeable of the dinosaurs and geology, do not judge based on appearance. You will be greeted by several people as you drive by. They take turns showing people around and have a lot...More
After reading others reviews of this attraction we looked for the sign on Highway 160 and found it easily. Dale greeted us and walked us around pointing out various footprints and fossils from the dinosaur age. It was very interesting and worth the stop. I...More
We had seen these years ago and since they were on the way between Monument Valley and Cameron, we looked for them again. At first we missed the turn in as the signs were terrible. We just noticed two trucks parked off the side of...More
We have a rule on our family vacations, if you see something interesting on the side of the road, shout it out! So glad my dinosaur loving sign noticed the sign. We immediately turned around, the sign was primitive and spray painted as I recall,...More
Stopped here on a random whim and because one of the children I nanny for loves dinosaurs and I thought I would just take some pictures and leave. Instead I was taken on a lovely informative guided tour by a friendly future paleontologist who truly...More
We had some doubts about this place but decided we had to try it and glad we did. You park and soon a Navaho guide appears, in our case Joe who seems to know his facts and didn't make up unlikely stories, A palaeontologist named...More
I was skeptical that these prints were real, but from everything I’ve researched, these really are dinosaur tracks. There’s no charge to walk around. A guide meets you as you walk up and shows you what everything is. When it’s over the guides lead you...More
The Navajo "guides" here are quite articulate and knowledgeable, but some of their "facts" are not completely accurate. For example, the "dinosaur eggs" they showed us were really just iron concretions.
Beth W answered your question very well. Not so sure that we could see tracks without a guide - Navajo were insistant they had to guide us. Although the tracks are impressive the "guides" take the edge off the experience... More
Beth W answered your question very well. Not so sure that we could see tracks without a guide - Navajo were insistant they had to guide us. Although the tracks are impressive the "guides" take the edge off the experience- think twice about making the effort to visit. We agree, visit middle of the day, if you must visit at all. Sad.