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    It’s a little cheesy but a nice stroll through the redwoods and a good way to break up a drive. Kids who are into dinosaurs will like it a lot.

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    It was not my first choice to go here but my fiance’ wanted to. It was great – the sculptures were in great shape, the staff was wonderful and it was fun to walk through the rain forest (Ps- staff provides you with umbrellas).

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    Don’t just drive on by, as I did for years. Stop and experience this marvelous, enchanting place that will change you forever. Nestled in lush old-growth forest, the founder constructed and painted statuary of many of our favorite dinosaurs with easy-to-read signs describing their histories and habitats. A pathway takes you through lush ferns, tall trees, and a delicious silence found only in such a place. A place for the present to savor our past.I love this attraction and am grateful for the loving care given in its planning and construction.

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    We loved this place. Unfortunately we did not have our kids, which was fine as we enjoyed it but the good news is we liked it so much we will definitely be back. A must see

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    One time a truck but a deer in the dinosuars mouth outside the place. this made for an awsome pic. This place is on an awsome strech of highway (even though it gets bad during a storm) that features views of humbug mountain, and old smuggling cove that is home of the “Devils Mouth.” This is some of the beautiful still wilder-than-wild oregon coastline. Some campground are near: Arizona Beach and Humbug Mountain, for those who arrive too late and would like to stay over. Wildberries, rock formations, and solitude for those looking. The attraction its-self is worth the stop. As i say, “id do anything twice.”