Red Fleet State Park

Description

North of Vernal you'll find footprints in the sands of time, footprints made by dinosaurs, at Red Fleet State Park. The park is a fine place for boating, fishing and swimming, but your real goal will be the hundreds of three-toed dinosaur tracks along the shoreline. To get up close, you can either take your boat or walk the one-and-a-quarter mile trail. Ask the ranger for directions. These tracks were only discovered in 1987 and many people still go swimming nearby and never notice them.

Address

8750 North Highway 191
Vernal, UT 84078

Lat/Long

40.55359800, -109.51845100
Visit Website
(435) 789-4432

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