Gallup’s Red Rock Park is a 640-acre park featuring red sandstone cliffs formed 205 million years ago. The park has two hiking trails, a rodeo arena, convention center, museum, and well-equipped campgrounds for visitors to enjoy. The trails are ideal for a variety of outdoor activities and offer impressive views of Pyramid Rock and Church Rock. Guests looking to spend more time at the park are invited to reserve space at one of the two campgrounds available at Red Rock Park. The campgrounds feature electric and water hookups, picnic areas, and on-site bathrooms and showers. Red Rock Park also feature the Red Rock Park Museum, a unique place where guests can experience exhibits full of incredible Anasazi and Navajo artifacts while taking in the picturesque scenery. Artifacts on display include Native American art, jewelry, rugs, and pottery.