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    There aren’t words that can describe this scenery. This is a must stop on any trip to this area there are so many pull offs and scenic views you can easily spend hours or a couple days in this park. Pack water and a pick nick and just enjoy a calming relaxing lunch. Be sure to visit the museum as there is allot of great info there along with very helpful park rangers.

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    What an amazing surprise. The rock formations, the geological history, the great short hiking trails and the abundance of wildlife was very impressive. This is a must see. Specifically, take the sage road, it is dirt, but in very good shape, we saw big horn sheep, mountain goats, bison, rabbits, bobcats, and antelope in abundance up close and personal. If you ever get a chance to go, please do. You should probably go when it is not too warm however, spring or fall would probably be good.

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    Our family loved the stay here. We camped at Cedar Pass for two nights. Highlights were the junior ranger program, star gazing with a ranger (fri and sat only), plus hiking the notch and door trails. For those on a tight schedule, at least visit one or two hikes. Stop at the pinnacles and yellow mounds over look. Dont forget the Ben Reifel visitor center either.If you are camping out west, plan one night in cedar pass. They have pull through sites, no camp fires but electrcity. It is awesome at night

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    Nice place to see. The visitors center has a lot of information be sure to check it out first. Wife and kids also enjoyed the Park.

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    An incredibly relaxing place to visit. It seemed most visitors just stay a day or two so once you get your camp set up take a stroll. Beware of bison!