In the Heart of the Canadian Badlands in Southern Alberta, the Drumheller Valley offers visitors a unique combination of spectacular scenery and interesting things to do. Within easy driving distance of Banff, Calgary or Red Deer, a few hours on good all-weather highways will take you into another world - the world of startling contrasts between the deep past and the exciting present.
Drumheller is home to the best Badlands scenery in Canada, the world-famous Royal Tyrrell Museum, and the richest deposits of fossils and dinosaur bones in North America. Rolling fields suddenly give way to steep, dry coulees ridged with the strata of hundreds of years of erosion by time, wind and water. Through it all, the tranquil Red Deer River gently makes its way through parkland and myriad of recreational opportunities. Drumheller Valley has much more to offer the half-million visitors who come to the area annually. Over 50 attractions are all conveniently located within a 100 square kilometre (60 square mile) area.
Dinosaur Trail RV Resort is located 11km west of Drumheller on North Dinosaur Trail, just past the Royal Tyrrell Museum.
One of the world’s largest displays of dinosaurs, the Museum offers a wide variety of creative, fun, and educational...
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