Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah Sights



Dry Fork Canyon Review

An impressive array of easily accessible Native American petroglyphs adorns the 200-foot-high cliffs in Dry Fork Canyon, making the 22-mi round-trip drive from Vernal well worth your time. Next to the parking lot where you'll park to explore the petroglyphs is the Jean McConkie McKenzie house on the Sadie McConkie Ranch. You can see pioneer displays here, including a replica of a saloon.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 11 mi north of Vernal on, 3500 West St. (Dry Fork Canyon Rd.), Vernal, UT 84078
  • Phone: 435/789–6733
  • Cost: Free, donations requested
  • Hours: Daily
  • Location: Vernal

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