Nature March 14, 2018
This Dinosaur-Themed Park In Utah Is An Adventure Your Whole Family Will Love
Dinosaurs once roamed through Utah, and we have
many spots where you can learn all about these prehistoric creatures. Here’s an incredible park in Moab that’s an adventure your whole family will love.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
You'll find Moab Giants at 112 West Utah 313 in Moab. From the moment you walk through the front gate, you'll experience an adventure unlike any other in Utah.
There's so much to see and do here that you'll want to plan on a full afternoon of dino discovery.
Take a stroll along the half-mile Dinosaur Trail to meet over 100 dinosaurs.
You'll learn about the 33 species that once roamed the Moab area.
Check out the signs next to each species to learn more.
You'll see full-sized replica dinosaurs as they might have looked against Utah's desert backdrop, millions of years ago.
You'll even meet the Utahraptor!
This feathered dinosaur was first discovered in the Dalton Wells Quarry. It's related to the Velociraptor.
Visit the shaded Dig It Out sites, where you can dig for dinosaur bones using shovels and brushes. Misters keep you cool while you dig.
Take a break on the the Dino Playground, where you can burn off a little energy on the slides, swings, and climbing equipment.
The Interactive Tracks Museum is full of dinosaur fun.
Inside the museum, you'll find lots of interactive displays, fossils and displays that will teach you all about these prehistoric creatures and the science behind the study of dinosaurs.
The 5-D Paleo Aquarium will blow your mind with its massive, virtual deep sea creatures.
Your adventures with dinosaurs are sure to make you hungry, so you'll want to grab some lunch at the Giant's Cafe.
Moab Giants is open seven days a week, from 10 AM to 6 PM.
Allow two to three hours to fully explore all the Moab Giants attractions.
Have you visited Moab Giants? We’d love to hear what you thought about this unique park.