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Fort Rodd Hill and Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Sites of Canada


A selfie of three young girls and a boy, making funny faces and wearing dress-up WWII military helmets and jackets

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 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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