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Sitting on 210,000 acres, Dinosaur National Monument is a famed U.S. National Park, located in the northwestern corner of the state.
The park draws in thousands of annual visitors given it houses a collection of dinosaur fossils and dinosaur bones.
Explore the park's far reaches via an abundance of hiking trails, auto tours, fishing areas, or learn about the park's prehistoric past at the Dinosaur Quarry Exhibit Hall.
Whether you enjoy a float trip down the Green Riveror Yampa River, go on an afternoon hike or go on a ranger-led hike to view dinosaur bones, there's plenty to do.