Located at Dam Square , The National Monument was unveiled on on May 4th, 1956 in honor of those who died during World War ... More
Located at Dam Square , The National Monument was unveiled on on May 4th, 1956 in honor of those who died during World War II. The monument is a 73 feet (22 meter) tall obelisk, with two stone lions standing beneath. Every year on May 4th, you will find a large gathering of dignitaries, as well as many other people, commemorating the victims of the war.
Step back in time and into this primeval forest on Mount Tamaplais. Some of these towering redwoods are more than
2000 years old. Trails are set out for the casual stroller and for the avid hiker looking for a ...
Hiking and biking trails, 30 camping sites with tables and fire grills, center greenspace with drinking water and restrooms. The
monument is located 23 miles east of Cedar City and is open from late May to mid October.
Take a historical hike among 15,000, ancient rock drawings which date back thousands of years (just remember to bring a
camera, some comfortable walking shoes and a hat). The 7,100 acre monument contains some of the nation's largest natural ...