Cathedral Gorge State Park is 3 mi. n. on US 93. The long-term erosion of buff-colored bentonite clay deposited beneath an ancient lake has sculpted an intricate landscape of spires, slot canyons, natural bridges and caves. The park offers 7 miles of trails. There's a dramatic overlook above the canyon at Miller Point, just north of the park entrance; from here a trail leads down into the gorge. A garden featuring native plants is on the grounds of the visitor center, which houses natural history displays.
Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.