This part of the park is a kid's paradise for climbing and exploring.
You have to watch where you step as you climb around the rocks, though, to be sure you don't accidentally step/fall into one of the potholes. The potholes were formed by swirling water when the river was much larger.
Some potholes are much larger than others.
The colors in the rocks are interesting and very pretty.
Also interesting are the trees and plants growing right out of the rocks.
Just before leaving the park, we caught people rock climbing along the cliff edges on the Wisconsin side.