We enjoyed a few days here in early July. The campsite is spotless, the staff are very friendly, the guides knowledgeable, the scenery is stunning. There are so many awesome places to hike, walk, or ride your bike within minutes of the campsite! We saw a great variety of bird species, a bull snake, loads of unusual flowering plants including cacti and of course the best part are the fossils. It's hard to step without stepping on a dinosaur's bones! We even found bits of long gone turtle shell, crocodile skin and more! We were in awe of all this prehistory at our feet. 75,000,000 million years ago this area was the coastal lowlands of an inland sea. Many of the fossilized remains are believed to have resulted from rising waters flooding these areas, causing mass drownings.
Take your bike on the loop around the park, check out the self guided tours and fossil discovery sites. Lastly, make sure you visit the Interpretive Centre for some very nice fossil displays. I recommend taking at least one of the guided tours, which will take you into parts of the park that are only accessible with a guide. The interpretive centre offers both bus and walking tours. Take morning tour as it gets pretty hot here in the afternoons! Other fun things to add to your trip - canoeing or tubing down the Red Deer River, which skirts the campsite.