Calgary to Dinosaur Provincial Park | Day Tour
Children (12 and under): $45.00
Step into another world as you discover Dinosaur Provincial Park this summer.
Depart Calgary Tower 8:30am (Load at 8:15am)
Depart Dinosaur Provincial Park 4pm (Arrive in Calgary approx 6:30pm)
Watch the landscape transform from golden prairie to wild Badlands as you journey from Calgary to Dinosaur Provincial Park.
On route, enjoy a brief stop at Boy Chief Trading Post, on the Siksika Nation, to stretch your legs and shop for indigenous art and souvenirs.
Spend the afternoon at Dinosaur Provincial Park, one of the world's richest deposits of ancient fossils. Your driver will guide you to points of interest: Look out over the Badlands valley from the edge of the prairie, hike as a group on the Badlands Trail, and see the two fossil houses on display in the park. Be amazed by the abundant fossils, unusual wildlife and stunning landscapes at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll have time on your own to roam, explore fossil exhibits in the Visitor Centre, and have lunch in the parks beautiful grounds.
After walking in the footsteps of prehistoric giants we will depart to return to Calgary in time for dinner.
What To Bring:
The two most dangerous things in Dinosaur Provincial Park are the sun and the cactus. Protect yourself by wearing a hat, sunscreen and appropriate footwear to avoid injury.
Pack a lunch or add a bagged lunch to your ticket purchase.
In the heat it is important to stay hydrated so bring a water bottle. Cool water will also be available on the bus.
Download the whole information package here.
Adult $95 Child $45
Includes: Entry pass to Visitor Centre Exhibit Gallery.
*Children that meet car seat requirements MUST have a car seat supplied and installed by the adult travelling with them. Prairie Sprinter is unable to provide car seats.
*A confident level of mobility is essential to enjoy the park. Trails are mostly gravel, steep and uneven in places.
*Dinosaur Provincial Park is a natural area. Please wear appropriate footwear to avoid injury.
*Prairie Sprinter assumes no responsibility for accident or injury.
Photo Credit: Travel Alberta George Simhoni