Description Fremont Indian State Park and Museum was established to preserve a treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. The museum visitor center offers a video program introducing... more
Fremont Indian State Park and Museum was established to preserve a treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. The museum visitor center offers a video program introducing visitors to the Fremont Indians.
Pathways, one accessible for the physically challenged, lead visitors into legend and history depicted through pictographs and petroglyphs and other cultural and historic resources.
Camping, picnicking, visitor center/museum, fishing, wildlife viewing. Twelve interpretive rock art trails (one wheelchair accessible). ATV trail head access, 15 miles hiking/biking trails.
Museum is open daily and offers a up close look at the artifacts collected from the area. The Sam Stowe Campground offers 7 full hook-up sites with water ,power 30/50, and sewer. The area also has a large over night Group Site that will accommodate groups with a pavilion and RV power hook ups. The Castle Rock campground is nestled in a canyon approximately One-half mile from the visitor center. It offers a flush toilet and running fresh drinking water at various location in the campground.
Hiking trails throughout the area, Big Rock Candy Mountain - eight miles, Kimberly Ghost Town - seven miles
Sam Stowe Canyon Road
Sevier, UT 84766
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