There are over 35 miles of back country paths which are suitable for exploring. If your feet are too tired from the day before, hop on a bike or horse and see the amazing surroundings from a different perspective.
These provide respite for eating, playing and generally just taking a rest from exploring for a while. You will find it hard to stop for long with so many amazing sights to see but when you do there are great facilities which include a free-roam area for dogs.
The center acts as the park's hub and is great if you want a break from cooking. You can also pick up to-go food which is ideal to take in your backpack on long hikes. Get local info and tips here before setting off.