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Seminole Canyon State Historic Site

Seminole Canyon State Park has ancient pictographs, rugged rock formations made of limestone, and spectacular canyons. The area called Fate Bell Shelter has pictographs dated from 4000 years ago, which are considered some of the oldest in North America. Access to at most all of the pictographs are only through guided tours.

Seminole Canyon

This is Seminole Canyon. The hike into the canyon to see the pictographs, and even more the hike back out, is strenuous and should not be attempted if your physical condition does not allow it.

Pictographs

Here is a photo of some of the pictographs.

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  • Last visit to Seminole Canyon State Park: Apr 2012
  • Intro Updated May 7, 2012
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