There’s something for almost everyone at Dinopark. You can ride a T. rex, dig some “fossils,” jump on a trampoline, then scramble up a climbing wall. Or, splash around in the pools, fly through the air on a zipline, check out the planetarium, and take a pony ride. Dinopark admission includes access to the pools and main play areas—for the quickest entry, buy your tickets online in advance. Many of the activities require extra fees.
Things to Know Before You Go
On-site facilities include a café, souvenir shops, and free parking.
Be sure to bring your swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen.
The park is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers, but some of the activities may be unsuitable for those with limited mobility.
How to Get There
Dinopark is located in Goynuk, just north of Kemer, about a 40-minute drive south of Antalya. The easiest way to get there is by car. Or, take a 15-minute bus ride from Kemer (departing from near the Kemer Clock Tower), and get off in Goynuk.
When to Get There
Dinopark is open daily year-round. Verify the opening hours online, as they can vary. The park can get busy, but swimming areas and plenty of shade make it comfortable even during the hottest months.
Family Attractions Around Antalya
Dinopark is only one of several Antalya-based family attractions. Antalya Aquarium, considered one of the best aquariums in Turkey, has a reptile park and an indoor snow park. Nearby, there’s the Aqualand water park. Just outside the city, you’ll find old-fashioned carnival-style rides at Aktur Park, and roller coasters and waterslides at the Land of Legends.