“The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places;
surely I have a delightful inheritance.” Psalm 16:16
We thank you, Creator God, for all that Red Rock Canyon Open Space offers: miles of hiking trails amid dinosaur tracks and fossils of prehistoric trees and extinct sea creatures, and for John G. Bock, the cowboy/entrepreneur who pieced together the huge parcel we now enjoy after his arrival here in 1923. We also thank you for those who have helped to preserve its interesting history–an Indian camp, a late-19th century quarry, a site of factories and mills, home to Old West horseback tours, a campground and even a landfill. We pray that Red Rock Canyon Open Space and its history will continue to be available to local residents and visitors.