Dinosaur Gardens opens Saturday
OSSINEKE — Dinosaur Gardens is set to bring a new visitor experience this year.
Dinosaur Gardens is a prehistoric park located in the heart of Ossineke, with outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy.
These activities include a park walk-through (that is wheelchair and stroller-friendly) where visitors can experience what it was like to walk with dinosaurs back in prehistoric times.
Additionally, they have an 18-hole putt-putt course, a fossil dig activity, and the miner’s sluice, which gives visitors the opportunity to find many different gems of all sizes.
This year, Dinosaur Gardens is introducing the “Dino Pass.” This is a pass that will allow guests to experience every single activity at Dinosaur Gardens for the price of $20, and also receive a dinosaur souvenir.
Dinosaur Gardens is always working to innovate the experience of all visitors. This year, everyone will get a chance to take a photo next to a life-size T-Rex skull replica, which will be located inside of their storefront. They will also be introducing a commemorative T-shirt that will only be available this season, amongst many new designs on their clothing line.
Dinosaur Gardens is also equipped with an outdoor pavilion that can be reserved for children’s birthday parties. If you are looking to give your little ones an unforgettable birthday experience, Dinosaur Gardens can accommodate your group.
“We are excited to get the park open for all guests,” said Gary Stephan, owner of Dinosaur Gardens. “To me, it is always a great family experience for young and old. We’re looking forward for lots of families to visit the park, and for lots of children to have their birthday parties at Dinosaur Gardens.”
“This year, we have gone above and beyond to create the ultimate experience for all our guests,” said Carlos and Shannon Vivero, marketing directors of Dinosaur Gardens.
The park will be opening on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To find their hours of operation for this season, and more information about the park and their available activities, visit dinosaurgardensllc.com. You can also find them on Facebook.