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Welcome to Jurassic Forest

  • Take a trip back in time to the world of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures!

    Journey down the Discovery Trails and meet massive and majestic herbivores such as Stegosaurus and Triceratops, while sneaking past lethal predators including Tyrannosaurus rex and Spinosaurus. You'll see many familiar dinosaur faces, and maybe meet some creatures you haven't heard of before! Children will enjoy digging for dinosaur bones, playing in the playground, and even taking a ride on a dinosaur.

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What's New at the Forest?

  • We are now open for the 2016 season!

    The school year is now over, and everyone is looking for something exciting and new to do this summer.  Jurassic Forest has you covered. 

    We've got our upgraded playground area with lots of different climbing apparatus and rope course, specifically designed for kids of all ages. Our Journey to Extinction mini-golf is 18 holes of dinosaur fun.  Lots of crazy twists and turns on course as you navigate around dinosaurs that are eager to join you!

    Our Gift Shop is full of brand new items, lots of t-shirts for kids and adults alike. Specially selected dino toys that will serve as a great momento of your visit to the Forest.  Don't forget to get your photo taken with our talking Jurassic tree and send it out to #jftree.

    Our concession is always open - ensuring that you have the opportunity to purchase your favourite beverage, some ice cream, potato chips and snacks, and some of the best hot dogs ever!

    Hope we will see you all soon!

Jurassic Forest Location

3 kilometres north of the town of Gibbons, AB, 1 kilometre west of Highway 28 on Township Road 564, close to the Goose Hummock Resort

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Did You Know?

Triceratops is the best known ceratopsian, or horned dinosaur, and has been found in Alberta. It lived at the same time as Tyrannosaurus rex, and fossils with puncture wounds show that it was likely prey to the large predator.

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