The Epic Park In Wyoming Where You Can Take Home 50-Million-Year-Old Fossils

One of the greatest places on the planet for paleontology and archaeology is right here in Wyoming. Bring your family on a Wyoming fossil safari at the incredible Warfield Fossil Quarry, where you’ll learn how to dig up prehistoric fossil fish high in the Green River Formation.

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The Fossil Safari is open 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., from Memorial Day through September 30th. There are no reservations necessary, and you can find directions, costs, and more information on their website, here. Digging in this incredible fossil quarry is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that the entire family will enjoy – and good news, kids under 12 dig for half-price! Bring water, gloves, and sunscreen – it’s primitive out here! This Wyoming Fossil Safari will provide all the digging equipment and teach you how to clean up your fossils. Be sure to bring a bucket to bring your fossils home!

Address: Warfield Fossils, 2072 Muddy String Rd 117, Thayne, WY 83127, USA