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We had a great time visiting Castle Rocks State Park. It was a bit smokey while we were there due to the wildfires in the area but we were still able to see the amazing scenery the state park has to offer. When visiting City...More
This place is about 2 miles from City of Rocks and has way less people and easier access for beginning climbers that want easy or challenging free climbs. Loved it. My 11 year old and teenagers all climbed to the top of the peaks. What...More
We hiked a couple of trails here - flat and easy. Watched a number of climbers on Castle Rock! Fun! We found the trails well-marked here, much better than in the City of Rocks. Helpful hint - get there early. The parking lot for the...More
We visited here on 8/26/17. There is a $5 entry fee (self pay) and the roads into and in the park are good dirt/gravel roads suitable for an normal car.
We drove through the park to Castle Rock which is where the road ends, watched...More
We had a family vacation at Castle Rocks. We rented the Lodge at Castle Rocks. The Lodge is a GREAT place to stay. It was very clean, furnished with everything we needed, and very comfortable. I would highly recommend this for anyone wanting to stay...More
This place is spectacular. About 15 miles of trails, and amazing views all around. Trails weren't very well maintained when I was here and quite overgrown. Maybe it's still too early in the season. Nonetheless, this was totally worthwhile and I enjoyed hiking for about...More
I love visiting places of historic significance; this being a landmark on the California Trail. Though I did not camp, the site seemed well suited for this activity with facilities on site. It was peaceful and majestic. A must visit for outdoor lovers who like...More