Dinosaur Provincial Park is a World Heritage Site. It includes a Visitor Centre, gift shop, exhibits, concession, day use picnic area, boat launch, playground, campground and hiking trails exploring the landscape of the Canadian Badlands.
Badlands Trail
Badlands Trail
Badlands Trail: from the public loop road this 1.3 kilometre loop trail explores an environment typical of the Canadian Badlands. It is the only trail visiting a section of the Natural Preserve. The route follows a dirt path into a canyon environment surrounded by coulees and hoodoos. Favorite trail in the park.
Cottonwood Flats Trail
Cottonwood Flats Trail
Cottonwood Flats Trail: from the public loop road this 1.5 kilometre loop trail explores a prairie grassland environment before leading into a grove of cottonwood trees situated on the edge of the Red Deer River.
Coulee Viewpoint Trail
Coulee Viewpoint Trail
Coulee Viewpoint Trail: from the Visitor Centre this 1 kilometre loop trail explores a coulee valley providing views of the Canadian Badlands and Little Sandhill Creek. Along the route are views of caves, hoodoos, popcorn rock, sinkholes, rills and rock lichens,
Fossil Hunters Trail
Fossil Hunters Trail
Fossil Hunters Trail: from the #2 Fossil House is a 1 kilometre one way trail exploring the Canadian Badlands leading to an old rock quarry. The trail explores and provides exhibits of the life and times of the fossil hunter. Over 300 fossil finds have been recorded in the park and are now on display in museums located all over the globe.
Park Lookout & Prairie Trail
Park Lookout & Prairie Trail
Prairie Trail: from the viewpoint near the park entrance is a short 300 metre loop trail exploring the grassland region of the park. A must stop for the best views of the Canadian Badlands. Views are enjoyed from a large cliffside viewpoint.
Historical Homestead
The John Ware Cabin in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Tours
One of the buses providing interpretive tours of the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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John Ware Cabin
A historical cabin attraction in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Welcome Centre
The main building in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Entrance Sign
The park sign under the flags welcoming all to the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Picnic by the River
A picnic site on the banks of the Red Deer River in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Entrance
Flags wave in the wind as we enter the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Pack a Picnic
The day use picnic area in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Playground in Dino Country
A good size children`s playground used by campers and day use visitors when in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Foot Bridge
A footbridge crosses over a creek in the day use area of the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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Red Deer River
The Red Deer River from the shores of the day use area in the Dinosaur Provincial Park located northeast of the community of Brooks in the Southern region of Alberta, Canada.

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