Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site is a fine example of how the fur trade helped shape the nation. Discover a historic trading post along the North Saskatchewan River and immerse yourself in stories of Indigenous Peoples and legendary explorers. Discover interpretive experiences, archaeological foundations of bygone forts, Plains bison, hiking and biking trails, and friendly heritage presenters. Stay awhile and try Heritage Camping in a Tipi, Métis Trapper Tent, or Trapline Cabin.

Hours of operation

Visitor Centre
May 10 to September 30

Camping
Mid-May to September 30

Complete Schedule

Fees

Free admission for youth. Other fees still apply.

Detailed fees list

Contact us

rockyinfo@pc.gc.ca

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