Super 8 Drumheller

600-680 2nd Street South East, Drumheller, T0J 0Y0, Canada
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Royal Tyrrell MuseumRoyal Tyrrell Museum

Rosedale Suspension BridgeRosedale Suspension Bridge

On the other side.On the other side.

Inside the mineInside the mine

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Campsites in Drumheller with a water view

by kelbra

Hello all...
we are planning on heading to Drumheller for about 6 days at the end of june and we are wondering what are some of the best campground in the area where we could go with an RV...

Re: Campsites in Drumheller with a water view

by oldguy472003

We stayed at this one about 10 years ago and it was nice. Make reservations because we ended up in the overflow. It's on the river. At that time they had dozens of tame rabbits wandering all over the place.
http://www.holidaytrailsresorts.com/dinosaurtrail

Travel Tips for Drumheller

East of Drumheller on Highway 10.

by dabidc

Drumheller is a small town with a population of less than 10,000 people, there are several smaller places along the floor of the Red Deer river. It is necessary to travel about 20 kms to the east on Highway 10 to see some of the hoodoos. The first visit some 35 years ago was in the summer on a very hot day, so I would suggest you take the journey to see the Museum and the Hoodoos in the Spring or fall, when it is cool.

The Dinosaur Trail

by sunnywong

The Dinosaur Trail is a catch-all circular road route of 51km embracing some of the viewpoints and lesser historic sights of the badlands and the Red Deer Valley area. The comprehensive Visitor's Guide to the Drumheller Valley (free from the Drumheller infocenter) lists thirty separate stop-offs, mostly on the plain above the valley, of which the key ones are: Horsethief Canyon (17km west of the museum) and Horseshoe Canyon (19km southwest of the museum on Hwy-9), two spectacular viewpoints of the wildly eroded valley, the latter with good trails to and along the canyon floor; the Hoodoos, slender columns of wind-sculpted sandstone, topped with mushroom-like caps (17km southeast of Drumheller on Hwy-10); the still largely undeveloped Midland Provincial Park, site of the area's first mines and criss-crossed by badland trails, now home to an interpretive center (daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; free); and the Atlas Coal Mine (mid-May to early September daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; $2), dominated by the teetering wooden "tipple," once used to sort ore and now a beautiful and rather wistful piece of industrial archeology.

Highway 3 and the South

by sunnywong

The most travelled route across southern Alberta is the Trans-Canada, direct to Calgary; Highway 3, branching off at Medicine Hat, takes a more southerly course across the plains before finally breaching the Rockies at Crowsnest Pass. This quieter and less spectacular route into the mountains holds a trio of worthwhile diversions: the brand new Carriage center near Cardston, the marvellously monikered Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump heritage site, and Waterton Lakes National Park, a cross-border reserve that links with the United States's Glacier National Park.

DRUMHELLER MUD

by RACCOON1

At the entrance to some building and in particular hotels/motels there will probably be a sign saying " Clean Your Shoes Before Entering'.

It does rain in Drumheller. A minor rain storm can turn the native clay into a glue like substance. If you are hiking through the hoodoos and get this glue/clay on to your running shoes. you will have a problem.

Rinsing with water does nothing. You will need a screw driver to gough the clsy from teh bottoms of your running shoes.

A walk to remember

by jojocan

Drumheller is located in the heart of Alberta Badlands, and has some wonderful, interesting, unique rocks and natural structures to explore.

Take a walk outside of the Royal Tyrrell Museum and see where dino bones were found!

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Address: 600-680 2nd Street South East, Drumheller, T0J 0Y0, Canada