At one time the landscape of the Twistflower Ranch played home to a prehistoric and native culture. Its life-giving creeks and bountiful game species no doubt provided vital resources to those who came before. Today, echos of this ancient past still remain in the form of rock shelters and pictographs.

Interested in learning even more about our prehistoric past? Explore tangible traces of an amazing history and learn to view the resources around you in an entirely new way with our archeology-themed weekend.

Images shown below represent how our prehistoric rock art appears to the naked eye. Click on or place your cursor over the images below to view more details of our rock art via digitally enchanced photographs. (Images courtesey of Shumla Archaeological Research & Education Center)