Dinosaur Digs and Climbers

Real Life Casts of Dinosaurs to Inspire and Thrill Children

Parksosaurus Dig


The Parksosaurus was a plant-eater that lived 65-68 million years ago in the late Cretaceous period.
Dimensions – 9′-4″ long (2.8m), 3′-5″ wide (1.0m)

Model No. CC041


ClimberGlass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC): A concrete mix reinforced throughout with chopped glass fibers. Cement used shall be Type 1 Portland cement meeting the requirement of the ASTM C 150. Fine, clean, dry sand, able to pass a No. 20 sieve, free of contaminants or deleterious matter and meeting composition requirements of ASTM C144. Glass Fibers specially designed for use in concrete; shall be alkali-resistant (AR) fiber and chopped to 18mm lengths, with 12mm lengths in any topical coat. Concrete shall have integral color that shall be harmless to concrete strength, alkali-resistant, shall not to exceed 10% of amount of cement, and conforming to the requirements of ASTM C979 for color steadfastness. Minimum physical properties shall be: 1500 pounds per square inch in tension and 5000 pounds per square inch in compression.


Age Range:

  • 2 to 5 Years and 5 to 12 Years

Use Zone:

  • Not Required, ground level product where children’s feet remain in constant contact with the ground. Note a sand pit is required to bury the Parksosaurus so children can dig it up.

Playground Standards:

Component Colors:

  • Painted by professional artists.