My son and I stopped in the fort on the way to Moab from Monument Valley over Christmas. Their interactive Media and films are pretty great. We got a private tour from and spent lot of time talking to one of the descendants because it's not busy in the winter. I didn't even know the place was there, and it ended up being a real trip hilight. Recommend stopping in there.
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Yes, that Bluff Fort is awesome! My wife works with a person who is a direct descendent from the Perkins family who have a replica cabin at the fort. We have a couple of very old DVD's that show footage of a reenactment that has photos of before Lake Powell. Interesting stuff.
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