Utahns Explore Petroglyphs Near Camp Floyd
The lizard clan. A warrior’s shield. And a fake? That's the question posed by the Utah Valley's Daily Herald about the dual mysteries of petroglyph building blocks. Hidden in plain sight, feet from the visitor’s center at Camp Floyd State Park, is a collection of Utah Valley’s most antique art — Native American glyphs. Etched on stone, the art was gathered from 5-Mile Pass a century ago and was used as the building blocks for a monument to honor the area’s history. So what's the mystery?