You may expect to see creatures like bears and beavers roaming about in Ontario, but it turns out the province is also home to something much larger. You can visit a reptile zoo filled with snakes, crocodiles, and massive moving dinosaurs that will make you feel as though you're in Jurassic Park. Ontario's Indian River Reptile Zoo will transport you to prehistoric times, and you don't even need a time machine.\nHop in your jeeps and speed off to this reptilian park. Located just outside of Peterborough, the Indian River Reptile Zoo is a hidden gem full of prehistoric wonder.\nThe non-for profit charity focuses on reptile conservation, and you can see over 400 creatures including boas, pythons, crocodiles, tortoises, and even dinosaurs.\nThe massive Dino Park features life-sized replicas all sorts of dinosaurs, and they even move.\nYou can wander through a field filled with over 60 massive dinos that roar and stir as you pass by.\nTo further your Jurassic Park dreams, you can channel your inner Alan Grant and dig for real dinosaur remains in the boneyard.\nDaredevils can experience the Croc Walk, which takes you on a bridge over six ponds filled with alligators and crocodiles.\nView this post on Instagram Good morning from the Dino Park! (Tap that sound on for the full effect) 🦖🦕 . . . #dinosaurs #dinosaurparty #jurassicworld #irrz #indianriverreptilezoo #dinogeek #dinonerd #ptbokawartha #kawarthas #kawarthalakes #kawarthanow #peterboroughontario #ptbocanada #discoverontario #yourstodiscover #travelontario #ontariotravel #ontario_adventures #ontariocanada A post shared by Indian River Reptile (@indianriverreptilezoo) on Jul 26, 2019 at 5:50am PDT\nYou can take the day to new heights by riding on the massive 30-foot crocodile slide.\nThe mini-golf course will whisk you away to the English countryside with Canada's only Stone Henge replica. You can wander through the rocks and snap some pictures at these standing stones.\nView this post on Instagram He rocks 💕 I had a great time adevturing Peterborough with you 😘 A post shared by Alisa Voskamp (@its_me_alisa) on Apr 13, 2019 at 3:14pm PDT\nThe zoo often hosts special events, such as Crocs After Dark where you can watch live crocodile feedings.\nThe 44 acres of surrounding land offer lush hiking trails through an ancient gravel ridge formed by glaciers.\nView this post on Instagram Sharp Tooth! 🦖The T-Rexes in the background are life-sized replicas of the two largest Tyrannosaurus fossils ever found; Sue and Scotty. . . Sue currently lives in Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History and is 12.3m (40ft) long. Scotty resides in the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and is classified as the largest Tyrannosaur at 13m (43ft). . . Then there is the Velociraptor in the foreground who was feeling jealous and just wanted to be included in the video. . . . . . . #dinosaurs #dinosaurparty #jurassicworld #irrz #indianriverreptilezoo #dinogeek #dinonerd #ptbokawartha #kawarthas #kawarthalakes #kawarthanow #peterboroughontario #ptbocanada #discoverontario #yourstodiscover #travelontario #ontariotravel #ontario_adventures #ontariocanada #tyrannosaurusrex #apexpredator #trex #velociraptor A post shared by Indian River Reptile (@indianriverreptilezoo) on Aug 23, 2019 at 5:25am PDT\nThe zoo is usually open from May to the end of September, however, make sure to check their website for hours before heading out. Admission is $20 per adult plus tax.\nGet ready for your own Jurassic adventure at this dinosaur park.\nIndian River Reptile Zoo\nPrice: $20 + tax per adult\nWhen: May 1 - September 29\nAddress: 2206 Hwy #7 County Rd 38, Asphodel-Norwood, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: See massive dinosaur replicas and dig for bones at this prehistoric spot.\nWebsite\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.