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Dinosaur Campground

Information: 403-378-4342 ext. 235; Camping Reservations: 1-877-537-2757
Directions to Campground

Dinosaur Campground is in Dinosaur Provincial Park, 48 km northeast of Brooks off Hwy. 876.  There are over 120 RV and tent-friendly sites, including unserviced, powered and pull-through options. The campground is nestled in a valley by the Red Deer River and shaded by cotton-wood trees. Many sites back onto a creek. Explore the beautiful, unique landscape on foot, take a guided tour and look for dinosaur bones, or enjoy a show at the amphitheatre. Whatever you like to do, camping in the badlands is an unforgettable experience.

Park Boundary

Day Use


      Group Use

        Visitor Centre


          Camping: Jan 1 - Dec 31
          Site Type Campsites Rate / night
          Unserviced 29 $ 29
          Power (15 / 30 amp) 93 $ 36
          Winter Camping 65 $ 24/31
          Reservations : May 8 - Oct 8
          Online Book It
          Phone 1-877-537-2757
          Reservation Fee $12
          Reservation Start Feb 21


          Bus Tours
          Commercial Guided Hiking
          Shelter - Cook
          Fast Food Concession
          Firewood Sold
          Flush Toilets
          Gift Shop
          Grocery/supply store
          Hand Launch
          Interpretive Viewpoint
          Pay Phone
          Pit/Vault Toilets
          Sewage Disposal
          Visitor Centre
          Water - Tap


          Camping  Summer rates are in effect from early May until early October.  

          Camping  Winter rates are in effect from early October until early May, with self-registration for camping. There are no firewood sales, no water, no showers and no flush toilets available in winter; outhouses are open. Power hook-ups are available year-round.

          Camping  The sani-dump station is available for dumping year-round but there is no water for rinsing from early October until early May. 

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          Updated: Jun 28, 2017