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Lat: 51.4782957121 Long: -112.771085262 | Directions
Information: 403-823-1749

This park is home to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology and is located at the site of the Midland Coal Mine, which operated from 1912 until 1959.

Park Boundary

Day Use

    Visitor Centre

      Summer Activities

        Hiking - Front Country
        Interpretive Program
        Wildlife Viewing

      Note Permitted activities may vary within a park. Please confirm details with park staff.

      • Palaeontology attraction: The Royal Tyrrell Museum is located in the park.
      • Hiking: pathway through willows and cottonwoods along the river
      • Historical site: interpretive display at the old Midland Coal Mine office
      • Wildlife safety: Cougars frequent the badlands and river valley at Midland Provincial Park.  Download our Preventing Conflict With Wildlife – Cougars pamphlet or contact the Park Office for more information.