|Visitor’s Centre at Dinosaur Provincial Park|
Readers of this blog know that many of my travels include and are inspired by my eight-year-old grandson. You also know that camping is one of his new favorite things to do. What else do eight-year-old boys like? Rocks, dirt and dinosaurs! This makes Dinosaur Provincial Park a perfect spot for a mini staycation.
|View from our campsite|
|Handling real fossils|
breathtaking. It struck me during one of the walks how fortunate we are to live so close to this world treasure and yet many of us take it for granted or don’t ever visit.
|On sunny days the playground is a lot of fun.|
The café is housed in the same building as the showers and laundry and has wifi. As I’m sure you can appreciate, mud and a young boy make for a number of Tide challenges so being able to enjoy a coffee while catching up on emails as I waited for the rinse cycle was great. There is also a grassy area with picnic tables behind the building where you can access the wifi while your kids enjoy the well maintained playground nearby.