Fort MacLeod is a historical destination located in the southern Alberta region of Canada. The community is situated on the banks of the Oldman River, east of the Porcupine Hills, with the Rocky Mountain Range hanging on the horizon far off in the distance. Alberta travel guide Click Here - Plan a trip to Fort MacLeod, Alberta, Canada with the Alberta EH Tourism Guide
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a First Nation sightseeing and historical destination located near Fort Macleod. There is a museum, food concession, theatre, gift shop, interpretive walking trails, tipi camping and two buffalo jumps.
Main Street Historic Area
Main Street Historic Area
Main Street is a collection of 60+ heritage buildings with interpretive signs located in the downtown core of the community of Fort Macleod, Alberta popular for sightseeing. Main Street Fort Macleod is the first Provincial Historic Area in Alberta, Canada.
The Fort
The Fort
The Fort of Fort Macleod is a fort museum detailing the history of the Northwest Mounted Police (NWMP) and the lives of the First Nation people in the Alberta region of western Canada.
Oldman Dam Recreation Area
Oldman Dam Recreation Area
Oldman Dam Recreation Area is an activity destination located west of Fort Macleod. The man made reservoir lake is popular for kayaking, camping, birdwatching, canoeing, picnicking, boating, sailing, fishing, and wind surfing.
River Valley Wilderness Park
River Valley Wilderness Park
River Valley Wilderness Park consists of a network of recreation trails exploring the riparian area of the Oldman River. The parkland is popular for activities like hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding and birdwatching