However, the roads are very much passable and the destination well worth the journey. If you have not yet been, make the effort to go. Please verify with the location you will be visiting for more information. Whether you’re looking for adventure, fun, science activities for the family, or a break from the everyday, Parks Canada has countless unique experiences to suit your needs. Why not pack a picnic lunch and go on a hunt for the history of the area? Sask. ), There is no food concession available at the site, Visitor Centre and washrooms (open as of July 21), Historic Buildings inside the Fort except Superintendent’s Residence (open as of July 21), Interpretive programs (open as of July 21), Washrooms in the Fort (open as of July 21), Toilets near trail heads and parking lot (open as of June 1), Access to Battle Creek (open as of June 1), Access to the cemeteries (open as of June 1), Equestrian access to trails (open as of June 1), Red Chairs near the Visitor Reception Centre (open as of June 1), Picnic site (kitchen shelter is closed) (open as of June 1). Hike with caution. Keep your eyes open for the different flora and fauna you might see along the way. National marine conservation areas system, Directory of federal heritage designations, La Mauricie National Park (skiing and snowshoeing), Carleton Martello Tower National Historic Site, Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site, Fort Beauséjour – Fort Cumberland National Historic Site, Fort Rodd Hill & Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site, Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site, Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site, Port-Royal Historic Site National Historic Site, Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site. Staff were informative and helpful. We found this place a little out of the way, on arrival there was hardly any staff due to Covid... which made it kind of bland. It is very steep for the first part and coming down you had to be careful. It usually closes on September 28 according to their website but when I cold he said due to Covid it was closing September 26...hmmm. After discovering each location be sure to ask the staff about the stories of each special location. There were a lot of loose rocks and I fell even though I had good shoes and was being careful. Cellular telephone service is unavailable. This is an evolving situation. Walk the new 550m Métis walking trail along the scenic Battle Creek and for you hikers, don`t miss the new 6.5 km hiking loop in the hills at Fort Walsh. A wonderful step back in time. Unlimited admission for 12 months at over 80 places that typically charge a daily entrance fee.