Activities and experiences
Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site
Listen to stories of legendary explorers, walk or bike interpretive trails, take photos of the bison herd, or picnic near the play fort. Gather around the campfire with an Indigenous storyteller or make your own Dream Catcher. Gaze at the stars under a dark sky before fading to sleep in a Métis Trapper Tent.
Dive deeper into the stories of Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site and book a hands-on experience.
Learn more about events happening at Rocky Mountain House National historic Site.
Open your senses to more…The longer you stay, the greater your chance of experiencing more ways this place is special.
We saved you a seat! Our red chair location offers inspiring views of the David Thompson trail, as well as open prairie sky and grassland.
School programs at Rocky Mountain House present themes with direct links to the Alberta Education Social Studies Curriculum.
Explore the listening stations, archaeological locations of four fur trade forts, the bison lookout, and more.
Follow in the footsteps of Indigenous Peoples, fur traders, trappers, and legendary explorers David Thompson and Charlotte Small.
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