If we have been driving for some time, we always pull off to stretch our legs, especially when we see we are approaching a park or other place to walk around awhile.
This is the view from outside the extremely detailed visitor's center of Seminole Canyon State Historical Park.
You could spend a lot of time here exploring and camping, but we only hiked for about 4 miles on two loop trails.
From the trail head this was the view. You would hardly know there were extensive canyons anywhere.
Surprisingly, there were iron benches scattered along the numerous trails.
I loved this stylized depiction of a previous inhabitant of the area.