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The location is relatively easy to find. The Dry Fork Canyon drive is spectacular! On one of the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Collierville, Tennessee
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Beautiful hike, Drawings as advertised

The turn-off signage needs to be larger and more noticable. Would help to have a couple of signs... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Orem, Utah
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“kings trail” (16 reviews)
“porta potties” (13 reviews)
McConkie Road, Vernal, UT
+1 435-789-6733
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The location is relatively easy to find. The Dry Fork Canyon drive is spectacular! On one of the towering rock formations someone has put the American flag with the words: Remember the Maine! We loved the drive. When we arrived at the Ranch, the cost...More

Thank atimeframe
Reviewed 5 days ago

The turn-off signage needs to be larger and more noticable. Would help to have a couple of signs before the actual turn off. We were pleasantly surprised with the quaintness of the whole place. Thank you for letting us be in your space. Thrilling to...More

Thank maryaliceeldredge
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Easy access to great petroglyphs. You can't beat the price (all for only a $2 parking fee). Definitely walk all the way to the 3 Kings - it's not that far. They are way high up on the cliff so if you don't look up...More

Thank rree
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This ranch is open to the public for an exceptionally modest fee (requested donation is only $2 per car!). There are two trails. The most impressive images are on the Main Trail, accessed immediately from the parking lot. This trail is somewhat rough and would...More

Thank sierrastew
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Safety Issue! This location is owned by a local family and they allow folks to come and see the petroglyphs which are listed as a Utah Historical Site. It only costs $2 as a donation. I am not sure what they use the money for...More

Thank Nicole A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did the three kings trail following previous recommendations. It was stunning. To be able to be so close to these marvellous petroglyphs is a real treat. The surrounding scenery is beautiful too. Parts of the trail could be a little difficult but manageable with...More

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were there on a warmer afternoon, which probably isn't the best way to do this. The main trail was a bit tough because of this. But it was a decent, but challenging hike. There are glyphs hiding in various places, so keep looking around...More

Thank Waukesha_Bob
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Beautiful scenic drive. Good view of a painting of "Remember the Maine" but the Petroglyphs aren't worth the time. Literature is misleading but see for yourselves.

1  Thank 361archiew
Reviewed 16 May 2017

We went on the main trail a few days ago with our three grandsons. Their dad carried the 17-month old in a carrier on his back. The 3 and 5-year olds did fine with some help. I was the only one that used a hiking...More

Thank kcowley
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The McConkie family has preserved a treasure. I am so grateful that they allow us to come visit for a reasonable donation ($2/vehicle) to view their fantastic collection of rock art. Wander along their signed trail to multiple petroglyph panels and don't forget to walk...More

Thank Diantha W
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Kathy S
I need to know if we can bring our dogs
14 September 2015|
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Response from travelingdrugdoc | Reviewed this property |
See my review
Kathy S
Can we bring dogs on leashes?
14 September 2015|
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Response from foundloveinpdx | Reviewed this property |
I suppose you could. I saw no signs saying you couldn't. The path to climb is narrow, but no problem for a dog.