Drumheller, Alberta Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. River Grove Campground and Cabins
  2. Dino's RV Park
  3. Dino's RV Nest
  4. Kokopelli Kampground and RV Park
  5. Pinters Campground - Riverside Acres
  6. Dinosaur Trail RV Resort
  7. Hoodoo RV Resort and Campground
  8. Bleriot Ferry
  9. Michichi Campground/Recreation Area
  10. Pope Lease Pines B&B and RV Resort
  11. Orkney Campground
  12. Starland Recreation Area
  13. Handhills Highcountry Hideaway
  14. Delia Diamond Anniversary Campground
  15. Carbon East Campground
  16. Carbon Main Campground
  17. Little Fish Lake Provincial Park
  18. Braconnier Reservoir Campground
  19. Standard Municipal Campground
  20. Three Hills Recreation Area

Drumheller, Alberta

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

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