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Andy Jamault Nature Trail and Pasquia Paleontological Site

Andy Jamault Nature Trail and Pasquia Paleontological Site
Food Service / RestaurantLimited Wheelchair AccessConference RoomsModern Washrooms

Near Pasquia Regional Park. 15km NE of Arborfield. Nature trail starts on the E end of park.

Take "a walk back in time" on a scenic trail that follows the Carrot River to where the "Big Bert" crocodilian fossil was found inbedded in shale. Other marine-like fossils (fish, plesiosaurs, turtles) from 92 million years ago also exposed. Dickson-Hardy Interpretive Centre is now home to a permanent skeleton of Big Bert.

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Box 339
Arborfield, SK  S0E 0A0

Tel: (306) 768-3239 (seasonal)

Outdoor pool, campgrounds, nine hole golf course, miniature golf, driving range, licensed restaurant.

17-May-2015 to 15-Oct-2015

Free admission
Rate details: Regional park entry fee applies.
Hours of operation: Trail is open weather permitting. Prior to visiting, phone to confirm trail conditions.

Limited wheelchair access
Tourist information
Meeting rooms
Food service
Picnic area
Modern washroom
Pit toilet

Self-guided tour
Trail brochure/Map

Museums Association of Saskatchewan member
Canadian Museum Association member
Provincial Heritage Property Designation

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the operator to verify that information is accurate.
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