Bison Bonebed Tour
Hudson-Meng Education & Research Center Tours
See one of the most important paleo-archeological discoveries in North America within the bonebed enclosure at the Hudson-Meng visitor center. Learn about the mystery of the bison deaths and evidence that supports a variety of theories on what happened. This interpretive tour is led by Forest Service Rangers who will present scientific findings, theories, and demonstrations. Visitors gain a better understanding of the bonebed’s significance and they learn about the history of Paleo-Indians after Ice Age. The tour is approximately 45 minutes.
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Need to Know
Wheelchairs, scooters and other assistive devices are allowed. Handicap parking is available near the visitor center. Please note that no transportation or mobility assistive devices (such as wheelchairs or canes) are available or provided at this location.
- Service Animals ONLY
Service animals are the only animals allowed in the bonebed enclosure.
- No Food or Drink
No food or beverages are allowed in the bonebed enclosure.
- Air and Heating
The climate within the building varies with the season. Please wear proper attire and shoes. Wear loose, cooling clothes for summer months and bring an extra layer of warm clothes for the winter.
Guest Wi-Fi is available but not always reliable.