A small, not often traveled too, park with limited services and limited things to do. BUT it is a National Park with treasures you should see. We were there in late spring and enjoyed snow hiking in the higher elevations, full creeks and springs, wildflowers and trees. Pinyon and juniper are the predominate trees, and a nice grove of Bristlecone pines. Baker creek is a lovely, moderately strenuous hike, taking you to dense forests and springs, even a lake if you walk far enough. Camping are the only park accommodations, fishing in the streams, and little in way of food. Town of Baker, a few miles east, has pay at the pump only, gas and two small restaurants and very small hotels. There is a nice cave system, for a nominal fee.
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