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Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites of Canada


Tag along with a naturalist through fields of wildflowers and learn about one of Canada’s rarest landscapes—Garry oak ecosystems. Whip up an appetite for barbecued burgers while “glamping” beneath the Fort’s walls in a fully equipped oTENTik. Follow history’s voices sharing their personal stories on an audio tour. Play target practice with a replica machine gun. And pack your earplugs for Firepower, the loudest military history lesson in Canada.

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A teenage boy and his mother listen to an audio tour at Fort Rodd Hill Lower Battery Casemates
Thrill to the tale of an American spy on our new audio tour
Satisfy your appetite for stories, thrills and bite-size tales on an audio tour at Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse. Hear about the lighthouse keepers, soldiers and spies who’ve created drama here since 1860.
A couple looking at a field of Camas flowers in the Garry Oak Learning Meadow
The spring-scented Garry Oak Learning Meadow
Take a tour with a naturalist through the fort’s Garry Oak Learning Meadow or explore at your own leisure. Photograph rare wildflowers.
Four pre-teen young girls jumping together with arms up, in front of three oTENTik tents
Lodge an army of friends and family in a soldier-worthy oTENTik
Camp-out beneath the historic walls of a Canadian coast artillery fort in a cozy heated oTENTik. Storm the fort by day and watch the moon and stars rise over Fisgard Lighthouse by night.

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