Dinosaur National Monument | Town of Dinosaur (colorado.gov) The Dinosaur National Monument entrance is located two miles east of the Town of Dinosaur. Often referred to as the "hidden gem of the National Park System", the original Dinosaur National Monument was a small 80-acre tract located north of Jensen, Utah. What made this small parcel of land so remarkable, was the thousands of dinosaur bones that were found there in 1909, prompting President Woodrow Wilson to proclaim the newly discovered dinosaur beds as a National Monument in 1915. It wasn't until 1938, that the Monument was expanded to include over 200,000 acres...
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Little town has claim to Colorado's only rock-crawling park | Lifestyle | gazette.com This is the Rangely Rock Crawling Park, the only one of its kind in Colorado, according to the owning Bureau of Land Management. This is 560-plus acres of slopes with jumbled and jagged boulders and steep and deep cracks and crevices that challenge the boldest, gravity-defying drivers.
Looking for the best hiking trails in Bonanza? Whether you're getting ready to hike, bike, trail run, or explore other outdoor activities, AllTrails has 2 scenic trails in the Bonanza area. Enjoy hand-curated trail maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. Best Trails in Bonanza | AllTrails