It seems like kids of all ages are interested in Dinosaurs and Dinosaur National Monument is a great place to get up close and personal with the fossils of this giant creatures. You can see bones from and learn about Allosaurus, Stegosaurus, Diplodicus and Apatosaurus - just to name a few.
Beyond the dinosaurs, there is much more to do in the monument. You can see carvings in the rocks, called petroglyphs, left by the Fremont people nearly 1,000 years ago. You can also take a short hike, go camping, try you luck at fishing or watch wildlife. The monument also has a Junior Ranger program where you can explore the monument while doing some fun activities. Ask a ranger at a park visitor center for more information.
Did You Know?
Dinosaur National Monument's geology is a feast for the mind and the eye. The rock layers, which have been tilted by folding, expose a variety of colors and textures.