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Park Details


  • State park or recreation area managed by a state agency

General Description
    Castle Rocks is a dramatic geologic landscape. Pinnacles and monoliths, towering 350 feet or more in local relief, characterize the area. Predominant vegetation include: sagebrush, juniper, mountain mahogany and pinon tree. An estimated 400 species of plants can be found. The more interesting wildlife include mule deer, elk, mountain lion, coyote, bobcat, and badger. An estimated 115 bird species have been documented. Currently the most popular recreation is climbing, the park also offers horseback riding, mountain biking, hunting, picnicking and outstanding photography.

Accessibility Features General Accessibility Features
  • Accessible RV camp sites
  • Accessible bathrooms
  • Accessible routes from accessible camp sites to accessible comfort stations/restrooms
  • Accessible trails
  • Accessible picnic tables/areas
Amenities and Lodging
  • Accessible gift shops
Information and Interpretation Features
  • Nature centers, visitor centers and/or museums that are accessible for people using mobility devices