Explore the site of this once-bustling Hudson’s Bay Company fort, a hive of activity from the men working in the fields to provide food, to the steady stream of First Nations fur trappers, and Métis pemmican providers. Discover the last traces of a once-grand fort, find the chimney stack remains and see the last of the cellar foundations.

Getting here

North-east of Yorkton, on the road No. 8
Pelly SK S0A 2Z0

Latitude: 51.8400557
Longitude: -102.0481675

Hours of operation

The national historic site is open every day from sunrise to 11 p.m


Free admission
This site is self-guided.