Taking the extra steps

Glen Rose Reporter
Heavy rains at Dinosaur Valley State Park caused the Paluxy River to flood and it washed some of the stepping stones to the main dinosaur track sites downstream. The DVSP team stepped up recently and spent time in the water placing the stones back where they needed to be.
Dinosaur Valley State Park had some flooding of the Paluxy River, washing some of the stepping stones to the main dinosaur track sites downstream. A DVSP team spent time in the water placing the stones back where they needed to be. The park reports that all trails are back open to normal activity and tracks are visible.