Are you ready to take your family on the adventure of a lifetime? Make treasured memories digging up real dinosaur bones as you connect with your family and make new friends out in God’s beautiful creation! Everyone gets to find real dinosaur bones out in the field, clean and prepare bones in the lab, learn about the meaning and science behind the fossils, and make unforgettable memories.
Location, Lodging, & Dates
Our 2019 family dig is located on a private ranch in northwestern South Dakota. Camp runs from July 14th through 19th. Families can arrive on Sunday afternoon and stay until the following Saturday morning for a total of six nights. Families are welcome to bring tents, pop up trailers, and RV's. Meals and campsite are included, so all you need to do is bring your family, have fun, and enjoy the learning experience!
Digging & Activities
Digging up dinosaur bones that haven’t seen the light of day since Noah’s Flood is fun! The digging happens on the side of a cliff. Bones are plentiful and you are sure to discover something! You will also get to learn hands-on how to prepare dinosaur bones! Daily group lessons will focus on dinosaurs, creation science, and how what we are finding in the field points to God’s design and Noah’s Flood. Additional activities include hikes, campfire, kids’ movie night, and more!
Camping area has one outhouse, fridge & freezer. We will drive to a nearby building to have meals together. Inside this building there are two bathrooms with showers and hot running water. Families can drive to this building to use the showers. There is also one small cabin is available for rent. The cabin has a queen bed and a twin bed in a single room plus a bathroom with hot running water and a shower.
For more information or to apply for the dig, please contact us and we will get in touch with you!
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