York Factory National Historic Site

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Churchill, MB R0B 0E0- Map It
(204) 675-8863

AAA Editor Notes

York Factory National Historic Site is 250 km (150 mi.) s.e. near the mouth of the Hayes River; access to the site is limited to charter plane or boat. The site was established by the Hudson's Bay Co. as part of a series of fur trading posts. The 1821 depot is the oldest wooden structure still standing on permafrost. Self-guiding tours of the site feature reconstructed buildings containing area artifacts. Visitors should contact Parks Canada for transportation and safety information. Facilities at the site are limited; camping is permitted in fenced compound. Time: Allow 4 hours minimum.
Free.
Hours: Daily 8-5, July 2-Aug. 30 (weather permitting).