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Fort Walsh National Historic Site of Canada

We’re closer than you think! 

Distance from Regional Attractions:
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, SK –
Centre Block Resort, Zipline & Camping
 85 km 
Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, AB –
Elkwater Townsite, Camping & Lodge Resort (via Hwy #1)
 163 km
Cypress Hills Vineyard & Winery, SK  20 km
Historic Reesor Ranch (via Maple Creek / Hwy #1)  130 km
T.rex Discovery Centre, Eastend, SK  127 km
Grasslands National Park West Block - Val Marie, SK (via Swift Current)  314 km

Distance from Major Cities / Towns:
 Maple Creek, SK  54 km  Medicine Hat, AB   158 km
 Swift Current, SK  192 km  Calgary, AB  451 km
 Saskatoon, SK  462 km  Edmonton, AB  715 km
 Regina, SK  434 km    

How to get there

Fort Walsh National Historic Site is located 55 km southwest of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, off the Trans Canada Highway. From Highway #1, proceed into the town of Maple Creek turning west (right) at the first intersection after the railway tracks. Follow Pacific Avenue west to Highway #21. Turn south (left) and continue to the Maple Creek Union Hospital. Make a right turn at the Maple Creek Union Hospital onto Highway #271. Travel 3km west of Maple Creek then turn left at the Fort Walsh directional sign. Continue south on the #271 highway and watch for signs leading you directly to the historic site. The #271 highway is a paved, all-weather road.

For those travelling from the south or southeast, either take Highway #13 to the junction of the #21 Highway and then proceed to Maple Creek, or travel north on the #615 grid watching for directional signs, which will lead you directly to the historic site.

GPS coordinates: 49°34'27.67"N 109°52'26.98"W

Map showing how to get to the site
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