Dinosaur Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Dinosaur Day Use

Season: Year-round

Liquor Consumption

  • - Is permitted in designated day-use picnic sites only between the hours of 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.
  • - In any public place other than a registered campsite or a designated day-use area picnic site remains illegal.
  • - Learn More

    Dinosaur Provincial Park is NOT located at Drumheller. It is 48 km northeast of Brooks, Alberta. From Dinosaur Provincial Park, it takes at least two hours to drive to the Town of Drumheller and the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology. See Driving Instructions



    • 12 picnic sites on east side of concession building beside John Ware Cabin, across road from river
    • 2 fire pits and some picnic tables closer to the Red Deer River, between the Comfort Camping tents and the Deadlodge Canyon Amphitheatre
    • Flush toilets, coin-operated showers and laundromat within walking distance at concession building (seasonal)
    • NOTE: In fall and winter, day use visitors are welcome to use the campground fire pits and picnic tables.
    • No fee for day use/picnic area

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Updated: May 11, 2021