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Travel back in time in a land rich with prehistoric treasures.
Dinosaurland, Where History And Beauty Take Your Breath Away
Dinosaurland and Vernal, Utah, is the only place in the world where you can view and even touch more than 1,500 dinosaur bones all in their original resting places at the Dinosaur National Monument quarry.
Dinosaur bones are not all that you can see and do in the monument. Plan a picnic at the Green River or Split Mountain. Hitch onto the camper or load up the tent; there are plenty of camping spots available for a night under the stars. Enjoy a quiet hike on the “Sound of Silence” trail or scream and holler as you experience whitewater rafting down the Green River! Exploring the monument on foot will allow you to view massive arches and rarely seen petroglyphs.
Dinosaurs are not all Uintah County has to offer … camping, hiking, biking, boating, fishing, rafting, petroglyphs, museums and so much more are what make this area loved by those who live here and vacation here.
Vernal is home to three state parks: the Utah Field House of Natural History Dinosaur Museum (pictured at top), Steinaker, and Red Fleet Reservoir State Parks.
Red Fleet has been referred to as the “Little Lake Powell” with its gorgeous scenery and huge red cliffs. Also, inquire about canoe and paddleboard rentals.
The Field House museum is a hands-on experience where visitors can learn more about the history of the area and view life-size replicas of dinosaurs.
Steinaker is great for boating, fishing, and camping or cabin rentals for an evening under the stars.
If riding world-class trails is your pleasure, you came to the right place. We have slickrock, alpine forests, and desert canyons. With small crowds and great trails, it’s truly a biker’s dream. Make your next adventure in
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134 W Main St # 101, Vernal, UT 84078
(435) 789-6932 or (800) 477-5558
Utah Field House of Natural History State Park
496 E. Main, Vernal, UT 84078