Located on the banks of the Red Deer River in the heart of the Canadian Badlands in South-Central Alberta, Canada. The community is well known around the world for its historic fossil finds, dinosaur attractions, canyons and the "World's Tallest Dinosaur".
The people of the Drumheller Valley have developed a network of parks, viewpoints and trails exploring the many natural wonders of the Canadian Badlands. Many of these destinations provide views of the Red Deer River and the surrounding canyons, prairie grasslands, red rock coulees and hoodoo pillars.
During the Summer months the river, parks and trails are popular recreation destinations for activity.