The park has a host of volunteer rangers who are there to give directions and see that the trails run smoothly. All of them are the most valuable assets of the park. Without the rangers, Gulches would not be near the park it is today. Our rangers are also there to tour “first timers” to the park. “Newbe’s” follow in their vehicle behind one of our rangers as the they guide and instruct them through the park. We have found this necessary because of the number of trails on a small piece of ground. When turned loose on their own without a tour a first timer to Gulches may miss as much as 50% of the park. The ranger will stop from time to time and explain different trails; their twists and turns. Once toured from end to end they are dropped to enjoy the park. There is no charge for this service.