Ogden's George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park
The George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park is an eight-acre park featuring realistic full-sized dinosaur sculptures enhanced with sound, robotics and artistic details that resemble the real thing. As you enter the park your adventure begins in the Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Museum, which features some of the latest dinosaur finds in Utah and from around the world. The museum includes full-size dinosaur skeletons, real dinosaur bones, teeth, and many other educational exhibits.
The paved trail system throughout the park takes visitors up close and personal to over one hundred life-size replicas of dinosaurs. The T-Rex, Stegosaurus, and the Velociraptor are just a few you will encounter on your visit. When you're ready to rest your feet, the kids will enjoy the playground activities and can even practice their paleontology skills in the Dino-Dig kids quarry.
Driving Directions: The Dinosaur Park is located at 1544 East Park Boulevard in Ogden, Utah, at the east end of the Ogden River Parkway, near the mouth of Ogden Canyon.
From Interstate 15 take Exit 344 and drive approximately 5 miles east on 12 Street, following the signs to Dinosaur Park. The park is about one-half mile west of the junction of Valley Drive and Park Boulevard.