Oliver Lee Memorial State Park is located at the foot of Dog Canyon at the Sacramento Mountains. It was the last strong hold of the Apache Indians. On Saturday, the 15th of November, we went on the ranger lead hike part way up the canyon. Ranger Charles is very knowledgable about the nature and the history of the area and presented a very interesting two hour walk. The next day he also lead a tour of the refurbished ranch house of Oliver Lee, also very interesting.