Two Saturdays in early April have been designated for special activities at the Fremont Indian State Park and in the south-central Utah area in connection with Archaeology Week.

Special activities are planned April 6 and April 13, according to Gordon Topham, park superintendent. Events will be sponsored jointly by the Central Utah Archaeological Society, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, Utah Division of History and the Utah Division of Parks and Rec-reation.Events on April 6 will be at the park. Bicycle tours of Clear Creek Canyon are planned between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Also scheduled are short guided walks to rock art sites, an atlatl (spear) throw, video presentations at the museum, children's games and activities and a speaker who will discuss rock art of the San Rafael Swell at 6 p.m.

A bus tour to historical sites is planned April 13, activities to be climaxed with a buffet dinner and lecture about the 1776 Escalante Expedition.

The tour will include lunch and will leave the Richfield BLM office at 8 a.m. Participants will visit transportation routes, the Escalante Trail, prehistorical Indian sites, Cove Fort, Utah Territorial Statehouse in Fillmore and the Fremont Indian State Park.

Topham said the bus tour will cost $25 per person and the buffet $7.50 or both for $30. Reservations are required by Thursday, April 11, by calling the part at 527-4631.