Fort Carlton Provincial Park

Hwy. 212 & Grid Rd. 683
Duck Lake, SK S0K 1J0- Map It
(306) 467-5205

AAA Editor Notes

Fort Carlton Provincial Park is 27 km (17 mi.) w. on Hwy. 212. The fort that played a part in the settlement of north-central Saskatchewan has been reconstructed at the site, which features three tepees depicting the Plains Cree culture as it existed 1860-70. A replica of the Hudson's Bay Store is a museum of fur-trading history. The visitor center is a reconstruction of the 1879 home of the trading post overseer. Camping is permitted. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
$3.81; 95c (ages 6-17); free (ages 0-5 and 66+); $8.57 (family, two adults and children under age 18).
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-6, Victoria Day-Canada Day; Thurs.-Mon. 10-6, day after Canada Day-Labour Day.