Dinosaur RV Park

Services

Power HookupsWater HookupsPlaygroundVault ToiletsFirewood for SaleFire PitsDump StationTap WaterFlush ToiletsSupply StoreShowersWheelchair Access

Campground Information

Dinosaur RV Park is just a short walk to the swimming pools and spray park, downtown Drumheller and the world’s largest dinosaur. There is mini golf, arcade room, convenience store, ATM, and a playground right in the RV park. There are 50amp sites available as well as a shuttle bus and tour bus options.

Total Sites – 145

Unserviced Sites – $38
P/W Sites – $43
P/W/S Sites – $48-$53
Campground website: www.dinosaurrvpark.ca
Reservations: www.dinosaurrvpark.ca
Phone Number: 1.403.823.3291

Authors Review:
We stayed here June 2016 and I was very pleasantly surprised. My wife chose the campgroundĀ and I spent a little time looking at reviews online. Most seemed pretty negative, butĀ for that matter most campgrounds in Drumheller had mostly negative comments. So I was concerned, but with the location being so close to the activities we had planned for the weekend I figured it should be alright no matter what.I can say that what ever the concerns and issues people had, we had a great time and I certainly would camp here again. We actually talked about how maybe we should spend more time in Drumheller. The campground was clean, well maintained, and the staff were very friendly. Granted there wasn’t much privacy between sites, but these are the badlands, there aren’t a lot of trees anyways.It was a great campground and a great weekend.

Side Note: Yes they do charge for a fire pit which is a washing tub on a lawnmower base, but it includes a bag of wood. We weren’t charged by the day for this, and actually found it surprisingly convenient to be able to move the fire pit around. There was also both free and premium wifi.

Posted in Calgary Campground Reviews, Edmonton Campground Reviews, Red Deer Campground Reviews
One comment on “Dinosaur RV Park
  1. Marcus says:

    I was not happy at all with this campsite. Nothing is included in your site fees. If you want to have a fire it’s $10 a night for a fire pit rental, a fire pit is an old washing machine drum welded to an old lawn mower body and is brought to your campsite, if there are any available. Wifi is $3 a day per wireless device. Showers are $2 for 4 minutes and the site is not very nice. Just a flat property is the middle of a desert. Oh and they have a shuttle to the royal tyrel museum that is $5 per person. It’s 5 km away from the campsite and there is free parking at the museum for cars, trucks and rv’s too. All in all, I will never stay at this campsite again. You’d be better off staying at Walmart.

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