RV Parks & Campgrounds


Dinosaur Provincial Park State Parks

4.2 Stars 4.2 -  5 Reviews  $$
(403) 378-4342
Brooks, Alberta
         

Information

Open
All year

Sites
Total: 125, Electric: 59

Amenities
Water, Electric, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station, Laundry, Showers, Campfire, Playground, Boat Launch

Reviews

June 7, 2020 - reviewed by Shaun
4.0 Stars   $37
Great For a Family
This was our first time coming to this camp site and it was very nice. Great scenery and hiking trails very easy to walk and lots of interesting land scape to explore. Camp ground well maintained and clean. Lot sizes are bigger then private RV parks so extra room between lots. Some lots have 30 amp so book ahead if you plan on RVing to get the power hook up spots, we stayed in lot S17 along the edge which I highly recommend staying between S17-S27 (little bit extra but very good lots) and it was great for the kids to play in the sand and climb the hills, beautiful view of the park on top which are easy to climb. If you’ve never been you’ll be amazed. No septic or water on lots need to fill before and dump after your stay. Which you can easily fill in the camp areas with water taps easily marked and dump station at office where you check in. Nice store with a cafeteria for take out and snacks along with essentials. Great family experience I have kids from 5, 6 and 8 yrs old.

May 10, 2018 - reviewed by Rv365life
4.0 Stars   
Nice Park With Electric
We enjoyed our time at this park with incredible Badlands to explore. Short hikes, a museum, and a cafe. The bathrooms do not have water in the park, but the main one at the cafe does. Showers are $1 per 2 minutes and the nearest gas station is 48 km away. Definitely worth a stop!

August 14, 2017 - reviewed by Cory
4.0 Stars   
Really Good
Had a great time. Sites were on the small side. Had a little trouble getting the trailer in. Not a lot of trees, but the trails were great. Kids had a lot of fun.

May 14, 2017 - reviewed by Fred
5.0 Stars   $25
Great Location
Site is clean and sparsely treed. Not a lot of privacy but you aren't on top of your neighbours. Showers and laundry. Nice place to spend two or three days.

January 10, 2017 - reviewed by Jan
4.0 Stars   
Dinosaur Park
A great camping spot with lots of walking trails and a great interpretive center. Guided tours are available. It can be busy in high season and spring and fall visits do eliminate some mosquitoes. Bring your hat and bug spray and have fun. It is a very interesting area to explore.


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