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- 1 T.rex Discovery Centre, 1 T-Rex Dr, ☏ . A palaeontological museum which contains a cretaceous gallery, a cenozoic gallery and a fossil research station but is mostly known for "Scotty the T. rex", who was described to be the largest and oldest T. rex in the world, with an estimated weight of 8870 kilograms, a length of 13 metres and an age of over 30 years.
- 2 Eastend Historical Museum, on the corner of Redcoat Trail and Elm Avenue, ☏ . May 15 - Oct 10: daily 10:30AM-5PM; by appointment at other times (phone ☏ or ☏ ). Tourist information centre and collection of the many settlers, homesteaders and residents since the beginning of the community in 1914 in a series of historical buildings.
- 1 Jones Peak is 10 km south-west of Eastend. It was named after H.S. "Corky" Jones for his tireless work as an amateur palaeontologist and in preserving the history of Eastend.
- Streambank Golf Course, ☏ . May 1–Oct 15: 9AM-twilight. A 9-hole golf course with a fully-licensed clubhouse and deck. 18 holes $30; 9 holes $20.
- 1 Cypress Hotel, 343 Red Coat Dr, Eastend, ☏ . With restaurant bar serving pub food.
- Town of Eastend Campground, Riverside Blvd (on the west side of town along the banks of the Frenchman River), ☏ . 17 full service sites (power, water and sewer) $35/night, 24 partial service (power and water) $20/night, 1 no service $10/night. Tents can be added to family sites for $5 per night. Camp kitchen $35/day. On site washrooms, shower facilities, and sewage disposal available, along with barbecues, picnic tables, and sheltered cook area. Located next to a playground, ball diamonds, swimming pool and the Streambank Golf Course.