“Sabertooth, Mastadon & 1000s more!”
Hagerman is home to over two hundred different species of fossil plants and animals: including Sabertooth Cat, Mastodon, Bear, Camel, Ground Sloth, and many other species. Over 3,000 new fossil fragments are found each year. Located on Route 30 in Hagerman, ID across from high school, the Visitor Center has real fossils, informational DVD, a discovery corner, and programs.
watch out... its closed on tuesdays and wednesdays
I loved it. The ranger was very nice and knowledgeable. It is small but pAcked with very cool fossils and a separate section for Minoka internment camp. Also a place to get a stamp for your National Parks passport.
(I meant a 12 minute video, not a repeat of "ranger station"
Not worth the stop for kids - just a tiny, tiny ranger station with a small collection and a ranger station. Nothing like the description.
We went here abd learned about the fossils anx the Oregon Trail! My daughters got their Junior Ranger Badges!
Just a monument with history of the area and fossil findings over looking a lake. We didn't see the building I see everyone in the reviews talking about. Ah well.
Looks like it would have been cool based on what I was able to see through the windows.. unfortunately it was Wednesday when we went and they were closed. Didn't have the time to wait in Idaho another day so I never did get to see it.
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Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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