Known as one of the richest dinosaur fossil destinations in the world, Dinosaur Provincial Park is one of Alberta’s top travel destinations and is a must-visit for anyone interested in spectacular badland scenery and all-things dinosaur.
Located in the spectacular Canadian Badlands (the largest of its kind in Canada), 160 km east of Drumheller, this UNESCO World Heritage Site offers a unique chance to explore the Badlands, find dinosaur fossils, and even participate in real excavations. Established in 1955, the 20,000-acre Dinosaur Provincial Park has become a paleontologists dream, with more than 50 species of dinosaurs being found here, including Lambeosaurus, Centrosaurus, Chasmosaurus, Corythosaurus, and Gorgosaurus.
There are all sorts of fun things to do in Dinosaur Provincial Park, including self-guided hikes, guided interpretive hikes, camping, and much more. Learn more about the best hikes, the best tours, and everything else there is to in Dinosaur Provincial Park below.[Read more…] about 16 Things to Do in Dinosaur Provincial Park