Escape the City
Highlights: History, museums, swimming pools and and wineries en route
Great for: Families, Relaxing and Picnicking
One hour from Prince Albert or Saskatoon
- Visit the park and be immersed in Saskatchewan’s fascinating history! Stories of the Hudson’s Bay Company, the signing of Treaty 6 and the 1885 Resistance.
Grab lunch in town or head up the #11 hwy to the town of Rosthern
- From either town you can then travel 20 minutes east over the South Saskatchewan River to the Batoche National Heritage Site off SK 225.
Also in the area:
- St. Louis
- St. Laurent Shrine
- Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation
- Hamlet of MacDowall
- Louis Riel Trail - Hwy 11
Where we are
Getting to Fort Carlton Provincial Park
- From Saskatoon
- Head strait north on #12 Hwy
- Turn right onto Highway 312 East, signs for Waldheim and Rosthern.
- Continue on Highway 312 East for 36.5 km.
- Turn left onto Highway 683 North and continue for 19.5 km
- Continue straight onto Highway 212 West for 6 km to the park
- From Prince Albert
- Take Highway 2 South for 6.5 km
- At Highway 11, turn right
- Continue for 34 km to Duck Lake.
- Turning right on Hwy 212 through town follow that road to the park
Find out more about Fort Carlton Provincial Park