Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry is 14 mi. s. following signs. Some 12,000 bones representing at least 70 different animals have been recovered from the quarry, which provides bones and complete skeletons to museums throughout the world. The exact reason why the dinosaurs perished here has not been determined. About two-thirds of the bones are from the Allosaurus, a large carnivore that lived during the late Jurassic period. The quarry has a visitor center as well as a nature trail and two hiking trails.
The road to the quarry is graded and unpaved and may be hazardous when wet. Pets on leashes are permitted on trails.