On page 242, the author briefly mentions a Centrosaurus bone-bed in Alberta. I've been there multiple times and it is a great place to visit.
It is in Dinosaur Provincial Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located close to the town of Brooks, Alberta. It's a popular camping site, although because of the paleontological value of the landscape, campers are somewhat restricted in where they can go.
The site also holds the cabin of John Ware, the best known Black cowboy & rancher in Alberta's history.
It's also a fabulous birding location. The look-out at the park entrance is one of the best places that I know locally to see Lark Sparrow.
There is a field station of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology and there used to be guided tours of some of the dig sites. The last one I went on was over 20 years ago, so I'm not sure if they still run those, but I wouldn't be surprised if they do. The tours were ultra-popular.
There is an exposed portion of the bone-bed along a public hiking/driving path--the bones are coated in preservative and have a shelter over them to protect them from the worst of the Albertan weather.
All in all, it is a wonderful location to visit. I haven't been out there for a year or two and this is making me want to go back. I must plan a trip for next spring.