Dinosaur State Park And Arboretum

Dinosaur state park and arboretum, Rocky Hill, United states, North america
Timing: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

09:00 am - 04:30 pm

Days: Monday

Museum, Park

Address: 400 West St, Rocky Hill, CT 06067, USA
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About Dinosaur State Park And Arboretum, Rocky Hill

Dinosaur State Park and Arboretum is a state owned and operated natural history preserve occupying 80 acres (32 ha) in the town of Rocky Hill, Connecticut. The state park protects one of the largest dinosaur track sites in North America. Its Jurassic-era sandstone-embedded fossil tracks date from about 200 million years ago.


Overview of Dinosaur State Park And Arboretum

Dinosaur State Park And Arboretum is a place in Rocky Hill in the country of United States. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Dinosaur State Park And Arboretum.

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  • A nice park. Not very big but was enough to hold the attention of my 5 + 11 year old niece and nephew. They actually enjoyed the wooded trails over the fossils and dinosaur tracks. Of course the gift shop was a hit as well! This park has been a family tradition for each of our past 3 generations since it was built! You'll like it.

  • A fun place to visit, especially for children. I mean, what's more cool than seeing an actual footprint from a real dinosaur? Of course, those are rare and need to be protected, but you can make a plaster copy to take with you. There's also a couple miles of hiking trails, with some gentle paths as well as some difficult terrain along a narrow lose-rock type trail.

  • The museum it's really small. Not much to see accept the dinosaur tracks. The hands on activities can be better. The trails are great especially if you have little kids.

  • No outdoor activities for the kids. No dinosaurs except inside the exhibit. Need more interactive exhibits outside besides picnic tables and foot paths.

  • Absolutely amazing place. A stunning atmosphere, beautiful trails, but most importantly - the wildlife. Enjoy searching for lizards, spotting beavers, and catching butterflies.

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