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Trammel Fossil Park, Sharonville

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4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Good to visit atleast once once you come here. Good visit to room around and kids can enjoy good time here 
  • Never heard this place before, till I read in local FB info. Took 3 kids, 2 8yo and 1 3yo hunting fossil there 2 days ago. We climbed up to the hill and dug with spoons, paint brush and found very tin...  read more »
  • It is a neat place to visit if you or your children are interested in fossils. It is free to the public. Unfortunately because it is free no one takes care of the grounds. The picnic tables in particu...  read more »
  • What a great time for kids AND adults!! Took our 5 and 11 year old boys, brought "paleontologist" tools (chisel, hammer, paint brushes and "specimen bags" (ziplock bags). We spent about 2-1/2 hours there and found lots of fossils. You don't have to dig or look hard, you can find them pretty much everywhere. But you can also make it more interesting with tools and magnifying glasses and brushes. Mom and Dad ended up exploring and searching for fossils, too. Engrossing, fun and rewarding. Don't forget your tools and a bag, your camera and water!!
  • Fun place allways find a fossil and the view is amazing
  • Very nice fossil park, all formations were listed by signs. Areas covered with some sort of plexiglass which I guess were reserved for paleontologists were damaged though. Rich in brachiopods, found one trilobite. Very nice, I recommend it to anyone within 50 miles of the place.
  • I am familiar with this because I took a Cub Scout Den there years ago to learn about the pre-dinosaur earth history. Its a great place to earn that patch/pin/loop and if its a good day, picnic too. The scouts loved climbing around the park and digging in the earth. We had the added blessing of some true fossil hounds there to give an impromptu educational session above what we found on our own.
  • Sent neat fossils here, I feel like many of them have been picked clean by classes on field trips, as it seems like their numbers are dwindling.
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