This is a series of photographs and video clips I made while walking through Indian Rock Park, in Salina Kansas, on May 21 and 22, 2012. The viewer may notice that the video sections of this walktrough have a high pitched squealing sound as the audio was recorded, but I left the sounds rather then deleting them or muffling them, to give the feeling of the various sounds within the park. The images are also in better resolution then the video quality, and there are several lens flares from turning the camera towards the sun at times. Hopefully if someone has never been to this park it will encourage them to go, or if they've already been there it will remind them of the journey there and the sights they saw. You might also notice that many of the seats, rocks, and trees, ground, walls and windows, are spray painted blue. According to the KSAL Link news this was the result of vandalisum sometime around March, 20, 2012 resulting in damage up to $600, to clean up. So please think about that before you carve your name into a tree, or rock. At the start of the trail there is a small box that is supposed to have trail guides in it, but it doesn't appear to be waterproof so they didn't have any in it. To get one you'll need to go a about two blocks North on Indiana Ave. to the corner of Iron Ave. and Lakewood Drive. The Lakewood Discovery Center is located to the north of that park area. After making editing these pictures and videos into a fourteen and a half movie, I also wrote text version of this walkthrough, giving my views on the parks sites.