The site is open 7 days a week from May 15 to Labour Day, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
6015 Twp Rd 565
County of St. Paul, Alberta
GPS coordinates: N53 51.747 W112 24.168
We accept cash or cheque only.
- Adult: $5
- Senior: $4
- Youth (7-17): $2
- 6 and younger: Free
- Family (2 Adults + Youths to a maximum of 8 people): $14
- Canadian Military and Family (with CFOne card): Free
Experience Alberta History Annual Pass
Free admission to Alberta Provincial Historic Sites
- Adult: $50
- Senior: $40
- Youth (7-17): $30
- Family (2 Adults + Youths to a maximum of 8 people): $120
- Picnic tables
- Air conditioned
- Gift shop
- Small concession
- Canoe launch
- Specific interactive, hands-on educational programs for schools K-9.
- Book early. Dates in May and June book up quickly.
- Contact by phone at 780-724-2611 or email the site at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tour and Group Bookings
- Tour groups are welcome.
- Please book 2 weeks in advance.
- Bookings can be done by phone at 780-724-2611 or by email at email@example.com.
- Custom experiences are possible.
- Most special requirements and specific schedules can be accommodated.
- Tour bus parking is available with easy access to the entrance.
- Identified parking next to entrance path
- Accessible washroom in Interpretive Center
- The building and entrance path are fully wheelchair accessible
- Path to the archaeological sites is surfaced in stone dust, winding, and has a noticeable grade
- No accommodations or camping on the site.
- Whitney Lakes Provincial Park has 2 campgrounds 20 kilometres away.
- The Town of Elk Point Campground is 15 kilometres away.
- The Town of Elk Point has restaurants, grocery stores, and motels 13 kilometres away.
- The gift shop is run by the Friends of the Forts Society and is open whenever the site is open.
- Extensive selection of books related to the themes of the site.
- Souvenir and local artisan items.
- Debit and credit cards accepted for gift shop sales.
- Pets are allowed on the grounds but not in the buildings.
- Pets must be kept on leash.
- Identified service animals are always welcome.
- Tours and services are offered in English.
- Cell phone reception is limited throughout the site.
- Archaeological sites are almost a kilometre from Interpretive Centre along a wooded trail.
- Wear good walking shoes and clothing for variable weather when going out on the site. Check the Elk Point forecast before visiting.
- Sunscreen and insect repellent are recommended.
- Never approach any animals (wild or domestic) or birds found onsite.
- Alcohol is prohibited.
- Smoking is prohibited in the Interpretive Visitor Centre and within 5 metres of the doors.
- Free onsite parking
- Parking can accommodate numerous large RVs (recreational vehicles) or buses