The path to see My daughter and I visited this historic state park recently. The main building was very nice
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The name of the park refers to the giant fossils found in the area that mystified people for centuries, although they are are now known to be fossils of animals from the pleistocene era. Giant sloths, mastodons, bison, horses, mammoths, and other beasts from the pleistocene era once called the area home, drawn in by the mineral rich spring. Throughout its existence, the area has also been used by Native Americans, settlers, and even vacationers when it became a resort spot in the early 's.
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This is the outdoor Diorama of the Pleistocene megafauna that would get stuck in the mud around the salt licks. It's in need of a paint job, but still looks cool. The peculiar name "Big Bone Lick" is derived from two natural occurrences in this area: 1.
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A deeply rooted history that dates back to the last Ice Age makes Big Bone Lick a unique destination. The bison are a direct link to the past of the large mammals that once roamed Big Bone valley. Nestled on acres of land, Big Bone has creeks, forests, and a fishing lake for outdoor adventures.