Edge of the Cedars State Park is in Blanding, Utah. It is a small park with Anasazi ruins. The museum is small but very nicely done. This was the first place I ever saw a duck-shaped pot. There is a room full of pots, which you can only view through large windows. Worth a stop if you’re in the area. mjh
This is a good article on Edge of the Cedars:
Window to a Sacred Past By Tom Wharton, The Salt Lake Tribune
IF YOU GO: Edge of the Cedars State Park is located at 600 W. 400 North in Blanding and is open daily, though hours vary depending on the time of year. The day-use fee is $5 per vehicle. For information, call the park at 435-678-2238 or log on to http://www.Utah.com or http://www.canyonlands-utah.com.