Related post: Dinosaurs Island, Clark, Pampanga
* Proceed to the Clark Nature Park (Picnic Grounds) and you’ll see the Dinosaurs Island at the farthest end.
*The brochure provides two directions. First is from the main gate: “Take M.A. Roxas/Turn right at C.M. Recto/until Gil Puyat/Turn right at Gil Puyat until Clark Nature Park (Picnic Grounds).” Second is from the Mabalacat Gate: “Straight at Gil Puyat Avenue/Turn right at Clark Nature Park (Picnic Grounds) until Clarkland (Dinosaurs Island).”
* We took a different route. If you’re from the direction of Metro Manila, simply take the North Luzon Expressway (NLE) then enter the Subic-Clark Expressway (SCTEX). After getting your card/ticket at the entrance/toll plaza of SCTEX, proceed to the direction of Clark North (that’s the right curve of the fork right after the toll plaza, the same general direction to Baguio), then turn right at the first exit. You’ll notice the long bridge at the right side (along Prince Balagtas Avenue), which would take you to the Zoocobia Fun Zoo and Paradise Ranch (Sacobia, Clarkfield, Pampanga), if you intend to go there.
Just go straight. After around 20 meters, there’s a checkpoint. The Centennial Expo, that huge, white structure is visible if you go straight from that intersection. That’s where the Around the Philippines at Nayong Pilipino (Clarkfield, Pampanga) is located. Take the left turn on that checkpoint and you’ll be along Panday Pira Avenue. Drive until you hit the circle/rotunda, exit through Gil Puyat intersection. You’ll see the El Kabayo to your left, then the Clark Picnic Grounds, then the Dinosaurs Island.