Limited Wheelchair Access


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Box 215
Regina Beach, SK  S0G 4C0
Craven Location: 8 km NW of Craven on Hwy 20, 45 minutes N of Regina.
Last Mountain House was built in 1869 by the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) as a winter outpost for its Fort Qu'Appelle operation. It was founded, in part, to compete with an increasing number of independent fur traders in the area and because the bison had begun to move south from the Touchwood Hills. At the time, the site's primary role was to supply provisions for the HBC's northern posts, but it was destroyed by fire in the early 1870s and was not rebuilt.

Today, the park offers guided tours of furnished rooms and displays in six reconstructed buildings of the post: the Master's House, the Men's House, the Ice Cellar, the Warehouse/Barn, a fur press and the privy. There is also a beautiful hiking trail through the coulee and down to the Last Mountain Lake.

Open Jul 1 to Labour Day.

Rates & Hours of Operation

  • Admission by donation
  • Hours of operation : Thu to Sun and statutory holiday Mon 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed Mon to Wed. Group bookings by prior arrangement.

On-Site Amenities & Services

  • Limited wheelchair access
  • Pit toilet

Tour Information

  • Self-guided tour
  • Guided tour
  • Bus tour
  • Tours upon request

Attraction Features

  • Museum
  • Provincial Historic Park

Group Tour Information

  • Group tour services
  • Student group services
  • Escort admission complimentary
  • Estimated viewing time (hours) : 1
  • Minimum group size : 20
  • Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information : Student tour services Feb and Mar. Bus and large tour groups, please call ahead for guided tours.

Certifications & Affiliations

  • Museums Association of Saskatchewan member

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