Fort Carlton Provincial Park
Fort Carlton Provincial Park is the original site of a Hudson's Bay Company fur-trading outpost that was in operation between 1810 and 1885. Today, visitors to the park will see a reconstructed fort complete with clerk's quarters, tepee camp, general store, and trading post. Staff provide guided tours and educate visitors on how life was at the fort during the 1800s. Outside the forts walls, visitors to Fort Carlton Provincial Park can stroll along the shores of the North Saskatchewan River, hike the original Carlton Trail, and enjoy the visitor centre displays.
The park offers picnic and camping options including overnight stays.
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