This area of badlands (approximately 300 acres) supports rock wrens, Say’s phoebes, golden eagles and prairie falcons, and sometimes also gray-crowned rosy finches during winter. Located about 15 miles northwest of Crawford, via country road. A one-mile loop trail through part of the park that begins at the picnic area should turn up rock wrens and other topography-dependent birds. Water is at a premium here, and a canteen should be carried in hot weather. A small and primitive campground is present.