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Interpretive Center is closed for the season
The Interpretive Center is now closed to the public until Memorial Day weekend. Tours can be scheduled during the closed season for groups of 10 or more people.
Programs will resume when the site opens in May.
At a Glance
Amid the prairie grasses are islands of uncovered rock, where American Indians left carvings —petroglyphs— humans, deer, elk, buffalo, turtles, thunderbirds, atlatls and arrows. They tell a story that spans over 7,000 years. The glyphs served many functions, including recording important events, depicting sacred ceremonies, and emphasizing the importance of animals and hunting.