The Park encompasses over 200-acres of sandstone boulders reaching as high as 200-feet. They feature crags, cliffs, and tall rock formations for climbing. For those who like to stay closer to the ground, you can enjoy 14-miles of hiking, equestrian and mountain trails. The Park is also a wonderful location for bird watching and geocaching. You will find spectacular views of Weiss Lake and the surrounding valley. Amenities include primitive camping, RV dry camping, pavilion, picnic areas, playground, and showers.