Facilities and services
The Forks National Historic Site offers many modern amenities in a beautiful natural setting in the heart of downtown Winnipeg.
The Forks National Historic Site is fully accessible to persons with physical or mobility disabilities: access to the riverwalk is by ramp and all paths are graded for a worry-free visit.
ATMs are located at the Johnston Terminal and in The Forks Market.
The Forks Market and Johnston Terminal offer an array of food services, from groceries and food courts to elegant dining.
Information about The Forks National Historic Site, as well as other National Parks and National Historic Sites across Canada, is available at the Parks Canada Information Desk in the Travel Manitoba Information Center, located in the Johnston Terminal at The Forks. The Parks Canada Information Desk is open year round.
Notices about special events and interpretive experiences are also posted on The Forks bulletin board, located at the Orientation Circle.
See also: Hours of operation
Meeting and event rentals
The Forks National Historic Site is a special place where people have been gathering for over 6,000 years. Today, The Forks is a beautiful natural space located in the heart of Winnipeg with picturesque views of the city. It is the perfect place for your next event.
More information: Meeting and event rentals
There are several parking lots at The Forks, all of which are operated by The Forks North Portage Corporation. Please be sure to note how long you are permitted to park since the lots are regularly checked by a parking patrol.
Bus parking is subject to availability and is managed by the The Forks North Portage Corporation. Please contact them directly to make your arrangements.
Enjoy a picnic in the green spaces of The Forks National Historic Site. Picnic tables are conveniently located in the north field, centre field and near Fort Parka.
Parks Canada and Variety, the Children’s Charity of Manitoba have teamed up to bring The Forks’ history to life through the one-of-a-kind Fort Parka.
Ideal for kids two to twelve, Fort Parka is an experiential park for children of all abilities. It has seven adventure zones, including a water feature.
See also: Fort Parka - Hours of operation
Telephones are located at the Orientation Circle, The Forks Market and Johnston Terminal.
There are public washrooms on site in the Orientation Circle (open seasonally) as well as in The Forks Market and Johnston Terminal.