Fort MacLeod Parks & Trails

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The green space area along the Oldman River is home to narrow leaf cottonwood trees and many wildlife species. Some of the wildlife sightings commonly viewed in the park include waterfowl., beaver, deer, pheasants, white tailed rabbits and muskrat.
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Fort MacLeod
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Porcupine Hills PLUZ is located in southern Alberta 60km west of Claresholm. This PLUZ is 1,500 square kilometers of wilderness and backroads. Hunting, fishing, horseback riding, camping, off-roading and target shooting are some activities often enjoyed here.
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49° 58' 22.98" N 114° 5' 13.672" W
Claresholm
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Twin Valley is an open prairie man-made reservoir in southern Alberta, east of Stavely and Nanton, that is great for pike fishing. There is a campground on the lake with basic amenities and a boat launch.
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Range Rd 254
Stavely Alberta
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Inside the high fortified walls of the wooden fort are historical exhibits and displays of the Northwest Mounted Police and First Nation people dating back to when the NWMP first arrived in 1874. At that time Fort MacLeod was the main headquarters for the police for all of western Canada.
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The Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump preserves and protects the actual site of a buffalo hunt. The site is the oldest buffalo hunting grounds of its kind in North America. And in 1981 the site was recognized as a UNESCO Heritage Site.
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Fort MacLeod
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Activities enjoyed in the Oldman Dam Recreation Area include kayaking, camping, birdwatching, canoeing, picnicking, boating, sailing, fishing, and wind surfing. There are boat launches located along the shores of the Oldman River reservoir, as well, as roof top canoe launches.
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