Badlands Trail is a 1.4 kilometre self guided, interpretive loop trail which follows a well identified gravel path navigating around hoodoos and visiting the top of coulees leading to viewpoints and lookouts.
Centennial Park is an attraction, picnic day use site and recreation destination in Drumheller, Alberta. It is the location of the Visitor Centre, aquaplex, arena, curling rink, spray water park, picnic day use area and the "World's Tallest Dinosaur".
Hoodoos Trail is an easy-going loop route exploring hoodoos while visiting various stations with information signs and sitting benches. The interpretive trail is an opportunity to learn more about the area, history and the local geography.
Horsethief Canyon is a sightseeing destination providing far reaching views of the Canadian Badlands located west of the community of Drumheller. It is one of the more popular sightseeing areas in the region for views of the Badlands.
Little Fish Lake Provincial Park is a remote and private campground and birdwatching destination situated on the shores of Little Fish Lake which is located east of the community of Drumheller.
McMullen Island Park is a day use picnic park located on the banks of the Red Deer River near the community of Drumheller with picnic tables and a recreation trail popular for birdwatching, hiking and biking.
Midland Provincial Park is home to the Royal Tyrrell Museum (Dinosaur attraction), McMullen Park (day use picnic park) and the Badlands Trail (interpretive walking trail). It is one of the most visited parks in the Drumheller Valley region.
Red Deer River Nature Trail is a paved and, sometimes, gravel trail popular for hiking, birdwatching, biking, jogging and roller blading. The trail connects to parks, picnic sites, playgrounds, campgrounds, beaches. attractions and the community of Drumheller.