Lockport Provincial Heritage Park is on Hwy. 44 just e. of the Lockport Bridge. Archeological digs at the park have established the site as the location where Manitoba's aboriginal “first farmers” worked the land along the banks of the Red River; a plaque commemorates their presence. In addition to a display about the St. Andrews Lock and Dam, the park also has a fish ladder and a large colony of white pelicans.
A .7-kilometre (.4 mi.) trail along the river has interpretive signs explaining the resources that brought native peoples to the area.