Welcome to Dinosaur Valley State Park! Taryn and I took a six-mile hike along the cliffs and the river. We were able to see beautiful scenes where dinosaurs, specifically Acrocanthosaurus and Sauroposeidon, spent their time. Under the water, you can see fossil footprints. There are also holes where people cut other prints out of the ground. For example, you can see a massive slab missing in one of the photos where they cut out a line of tracks. It was amazing to look over the cliff and get a view of the winding river. Further down the trail, there were dried-up streams we walked through surrounded by trees. We hope you enjoy the photos, till we see you in the next one!
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