Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site

48 km northeast of Brooks
, AB




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This park contains one of the world's richest dinosaur fossil fields, Canada's largest badlands area, sage flats and habitat that supports numerous species of birds and mammals. Visitor Centre. Trails. Programs. Camping. Dinosaur digs. Self guided adventures. Designated in 1979. Two and a half hour drive south east of Calgary.

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  • 124 sites
  • Casual dining
  • Coach parking
  • Custom tours
  • Eco-apparel
  • Eco-friendly
  • Energy conservation
  • Environment award recipient
  • Family friendly
  • Group booking
  • Group rates
  • Guided tours
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • On-site parking
  • Recycle
  • Reservations not accepted
  • Seasonal outdoor patio

Hours & Admission


Year round. Hours vary.


Visitor Centre: Adults $3. Youth $2. Senior $2.50. Family $8. Children six and under free.
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