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Red Gulch Dinosaur Tracksite, Greybull

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  • It's not Disneyland. It's REAL dinosaur tracks left in hardened mud from many Millions of years ago. Recent rainstorms exposed that old mud. It's a 'Wow' if you've never ever seen such a thing or some...  more »
  • About 5 miles off of the main road on a gravel, but pretty good track. Very well laid out area, with a boardwalk that leads to the section with the most prints to observe. There are rattlesnakes, scor...  more »
  • I enjoyed driving to the tracksite but ... once I got there I really didn't even see the tracks to be honest. You need a lot of imagination to make anything of this.  more »
  • We could walk on the dinosaur tracks and place our hands in the tracks. This was thrilling to our children who have seen dinosaur skeletons in museums but not been able to touch anything. The site is located off a highway, and you need to drive about five miles on a dirt road, but it was well worth the visit. We were returning from Yellowstone and Grand Tetons, and our 45 minute side trip was memorable even on a memorable trip.
  • It was a beautifully scenic drive, and we were able to see some small dinosaur tracks.
  • This is a truly exceptional natural site where the footprints of dinosaurs are found. They can be difficult to see, but looking carefully you can find numerous tracks.
  • Was ok, only two tracks are clearly outlined and visible though.
  • approx 5 mile drive on a dirt road to the site. definitely worth the ride. road is in pretty good condition, but one small area had ruts that can be avoided. what's cool is that you can walk exactly where the dinosaurs walked. very informative signs describing how the tracks were left behind. a short walk on a boardwalk takes you to the tracks. site also has a couple picnic tables under a shelter. trash cans. very clean and well maintained site. slot box for monetary donations. no fee to enter site.