Newspaper Rock is a famous petroglyph site, featuring hundreds of ancient carvings, dating back over 2,000 years. It was likely used as a communal storytelling and recording location by the indigenous people who lived in the area. The petroglyphs depict a variety of animals, human figures, and abstract designs, and offer a glimpse into the rich cultural history of the region.
You can view the site from a nearby viewing platform, with interpretive signage helps explain the history and significance of the petroglyphs. The site is easily accessible from nearby state and national parks, and is a must-see destination for anyone interested in ancient rock art and Native American history.