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Midland Provincial Park

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

Park Boundary

Day Use

    Summer Activities

      Hiking - Front Country
      Interpretive Program
      Wildlife Viewing

    Winter Activities

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

    Hiking: pathway through willows and cottonwoods along the river provides welcome shade during the heat of summer. Interpretive programs: interpretive display at old mine office; as well, the Royal Tyrrell Museum, located in the park, contains the most extensive display of dinosaur fossils in world; window into preparation lab; phone 403-823-7707.

    Be Cougar Aware: Cougars frequent the badlands and river valley at Midland Provincial Park and the neighboring Alberta Royal Tyrrell Museum.  Download our Preventing Conflict With Wildlife – Cougars pamphlet or contact the Park Office for more information. 

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