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48 km northeast of Brooks
, AB




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Come visit Dinosaur Provincial Park UNESCO World Heritage Site, located 48 kilometres northeast of Brooks, in the heart of the Canadian Badlands. Discover the most expansive badlands in Canada and one of the richest fossil sites in the world! There is plenty to do – a variety of interpretive tour programs (book online), Visitor Centre with exhibit gallery, theatre, palaeo lab, & giftshop; 5 self-guided trails, 2 outdoor fossil displays and a 4 kilometre scenic driving loop road. Enjoy a meal or an ice cream in the Cretaceous Café or partake in the many free family programs or events (May long to October long weekends). Stay a little longer by reserving your campsite or try one of our Comfort Camping units. Camping reservations are available on

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  • 100% Non-smoking
  • 12 minimum group
  • 124 sites
  • AMEX
  • Casual dining
  • Coach parking
  • Custom tours
  • Debit Card/Interac
  • Eco-apparel
  • Eco-friendly
  • Energy conservation
  • Environment award recipient
  • Family friendly
  • Group booking
  • Group rates
  • Guided tours
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • MC
  • On-site parking
  • Recycle
  • Reservations accepted
  • Seasonal outdoor patio
  • Visa
  • Water conservation

Hours & Admission


May long weekend to October long weekends for full service. Visitor Centre: Daily, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended summer hours, see website.


Visitor Centre exhibit gallery: Adults $5, Youth $2, Senior $4.50. Children six and under free. Family $14.

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