Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Browns Park

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If you hanker for a glimpse of the Wild West, head to Browns Park. Lying along a quieter stretch of the Green River and extending into...

Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This museum provides a window into the daily lives of the pioneers. The large collection of artifacts (most donated by descendents of...

Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo

  • Festival–Sight

For three days in early or mid-July each year, Vernal celebrates the town's Western heritage when it hosts the Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo.

Dry Fork Canyon

  • Native American Site

An impressive array of easily accessible Native American petroglyphs and pictographs adorn the 200-foot-high cliffs in Dry Fork Canyon,...

Flaming Gorge-Uintas National Scenic Byway

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Past Red Fleet Reservoir north of Vernal, U.S. 191 begins to ascend the eastern flank of the Uinta uplift as you head toward Flaming...

Uintah County Heritage Museum

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Inside the Uintah County Heritage Museum are collections of Fremont and Ute Indian artifacts, including baskets, water jugs, and beadwork...

Utah Field House of Natural History State Park

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Around 150 million years ago, this was the stomping ground of dinosaurs, and you can see rock samples, fossils, Fremont and Ute nation...

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