This 1,310-acre natural park has some of the most unusual rock formations in California! The park contains rugged wilderness and is one mile away from the famous San Andreas fault. Park elevation starts at 4,200 feet and climbs to 6,500 feet above sea level! You can hike with a ranger or ride a horse on one of the picturesque trails. There are geology walks, live reptile programs, and a natural history museum. The park also provides seasonal events such as "Full Moon Hikes" and "Meteor Shower Viewing." Other activities include: rock climbing, campfire programs, bird watching, picnicking, junior ranger program, and outreach presentations. School and group tours are available by reservation.