Visit the Agate House, a reconstructed pueblo made of petrified wood that dates back to the 13th century.
Stop by the Painted Desert Inn, a historic landmark that once served as a trading post, a hotel, and a museum.
See fossils from the park being prepared by trained paleontologists at the Museum Demonstration Lab.
Drive along the 28-mile park road that connects the north and south entrances.
Hike on one of the maintained trails in the park that highlight topics like archeology, natural environments, and the famous petrified logs.
Join a ranger or an expert for a guided activity, such as a hike, a talk, a demonstration, or a reenactment.
For the adventurous hiker, explore the park off the beaten path. Wander through the wilderness areas, where you can find more petrified wood, fossils, and solitude.
Experience the park overnight by camping in the wilderness.
Ride your bike on the park road or on some of the designated routes in the park.
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Bring your furry friend or family member to the park.
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