From mid-May to early September
This historic site was the location for two competing fur trading posts back in 1792, showcasing the history of fur traders back in the day. Situated next to the North Saskatchewan River, visitors can take a guided tour to educate themselves on the lives of Indigenous populations affected by European fur traders.
The museum has many artifacts demonstrating its history, such as a quill loom, tipi, and beaver pelt. The aspen forest grounds are adorned with many signs to teach you about the past. They have many amenities, and the site is fully wheelchair accessible. Come on by to immerse yourself in the local history!