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|Junction Route 1
||Junction of Highways #1 Trans-Canada highway. North to Drumheller.
|Junction Route 561
|Route #561 West
||Junction of Highway #561 west to the Village of Hussar, AB
||20 kms East on Route 569 is the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site: underground, train, and mine tour.
|Town of Rosedale
||Access to Rosedale, ABservices, Rosedale Community Campground, 10 sites 1 km south on highway #10,
Kokopelli Kampground& R V Park. Facilities: Units: 60, Outdoor dishwashing stations, trailer sani-dump, 20/30 Amp. service showers.
||Entering The Town of Drumheller, AB, south east limits
|Junction #575, Drumheller, AB.
||Center of Drumheller, AB, all services, access to The Royal Tyrell Museum, Camping R V Parks. Attractions - Royal Tyrell Museum of Palaeontology, The Royal Tyrrell Museum is home to Canada's largest display of dinosaurs and fossils - The Canadian Badlands Passion Play portrays the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ through music performances. Over eight hundred volunteers contribute over seventy-two hours annually to the Badlands Passion Play. - The Worlds Largest free standing Dinosaur, over 70 feet high, and weighing 145 000 lbs - Reptile World, over 100 species of live reptiles and amphibians - Atlas Coal Mine Historic Site, home to Canada's last-standing wooden tipple mine - Homestead Museum in Drumheller, features a collection of over 10,000 antiques and artifacts from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. - Valley Doll Museum, features over 700 dolls - Drumheller Badlands Historical Centre. Start/Finish of highway travel guide. -e