There are a few campgrounds and RV parks in right in Drumheller and plenty more nearby. It's a great place to go camping with plenty of outdoor activities and tourist attractions.
The Town of Drumheller covers more than 100 sq. km. in the Red Deer River valley. Even a short list of the activities available to the Drumheller area visitor reveals much to do and see. There is outstanding scenery, as well as ready access to a variety of nearby centres, Banff and Calgary being within easy driving distance. Drumheller is best-known for its location in the midst of fossil-rich beds of ancient limestone which has given rise to a wealth of attractions, notably the Royal Tyrell Museum. You are in dinosaur land as the town welcome sign indicates.
- Roadside attraction: Statue of T. rex at Visitor Centre, world's largest dinosaur
- Canadian Badlands Passion Play, July
- Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site
- Bleriot Ferry, oldest cable-operated ferry in Alberta
- Royal Tyrell Museum
- Reptile World
- town of Wayne, ghost town
- Badlands Go-Kart Park
- Dinosaur Trail Golf & Country Club
- historical buildings (pre 1941) in town
- Horseshoe Canyon Interpretive Centre
- Homestead Antique Museum