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A quick online search will show you a picture of it and……………………. that is what exactly what you see; nothing more, nothing less. If you are an expert in trees, science etc then you may get it but most people, like us, were a little...More
Unless you've never seen petrified tree before, this is not a list-topper. You have to walk up a long walkway to see it, and it's behind a barrier to protect it from visitors. But it's good for a drive-by.
This attraction doesn't take long to visit. It's interesting, but there isn't a lot to see. There are two parking lots on the narrow road to get to it. The first is for campers, vehicles with trailers, etc.. the one right next to the tree...More
This is one of the things to see according to the park guide so of course we stopped to take a look. It’s about a 15-20 minute hike from the parking lot, but once you arrive and see it, it’s not much. It may have...More
This was ok- the picture I attached is the extent of this petrified tree experience. I much preferred the beautiful meadow walk leading up to the site. If you park in the first lot, make your way down the embankment to the trail below the...More
This petrified tree stump his behind a metal fence to protect it. There is a gradual incline to walk up to reach it. A wheelchair could probably manage it. It’s an easy stop and not far of the main road so make the stop if...More
The petrified tree itself isn't particularly exciting - unfortunately they have had to put it behind a gate because tourists would chip pieces off of it (in fact, there used to be others) but it is an interesting hint that there was other types of...More