Located within the park area are several signs and maps that will direct you to the major areas of the town. When we visited we stayed pretty much on the main trails because of the danger of falling into a mine shaft.
The area is pretty remote and it is wise to bring of water and snacks with you as you look around. Be aware in the summer there are critters out there so be on the lookout for them as well.
We spent a day just cruising around different parts of Swansea. The remains of Swansea are pretty spread out. While it is possible to walk from one area to another it does take a bit of walking to reach the different areas. In the summer I’d recommend using your car to travel between sights.
The town of Parker is close by and because of the Colorado River in the summer time there are a lot of people that visit the area for recreation. Alamo Lake is also in proximity.
Patton trained his army troops in the area so there is a small area with a memorial dedicated to the troops with static vehicle displays along the highway near Bouse.