Tourism Saskatchewan
Latitude: 52.754911° N, Longitude: -106.110578° W
Central - 15 km E of Rosthern on Hwy 312, then 11 km N on Hwy 225. Along the South Saskatchewan River. GPS: 52.4515N, -106.6222W.
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The Batoche​ National Historic Site features beautiful trails, guided tours, interpretive signage, historic silhouettes and viewing areas that offer a glimpse into the historic battle between the Metis and First Nations, and General Middleton's Canadian Forces. Enjoy onsite geocaching and hiking trails or rent a bike and take a ride along the shores of the South Saskatchewan River and view the lush river valley scenery.
 
Plan ahead and check the Parks Canada​ website for the most up-to-date information on hours of operation and what to expect when you arrive.​​

May 24 to Sep 5, daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sep 6 to Oct 1, Mon to Fri ​9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Main gates close at 9 p.m., East Village gate closes at 4:30 p.m. 

Access

  • Country / Rural

Services

  • Bus parking
  • Estimated viewing time (hours): 3
  • Guided tour
  • Self-guided tour
  • Tourist information available
  • Tours upon request

Amenities

  • Gift shop
  • Interpretive signage
  • Meeting rooms
  • Modern washroom
  • No. of meeting / banquet rooms: 3
  • Picnic area
  • Pit toilet
  • Trail brochure / Map

Activities

  • Children's activities
  • Geocaching
  • Interactive workshop

Accessibility

  • LGBTQ-friendly
  • Wheelchair access

Language Services

  • French
Batoche National Historic Site

Jul 21, 2022 to Jul 24, 2022

Back to Batoche Days takes place at Batoche, the historic homeland of the Métis. Over the years, this four-day, in-person event has been an important opportunity to share Métis culture, build relationships, honour the Métis veterans and connect to the land where Métis heroes fought in the 1885 Northwest Resistance. This annual celebration, held on the national historic site of “The Battle of Batoche,” represents a movement toward reconciliation as approximately 10,000 people, Métis and non-Métis, gather to share in the celebration of the Métis​ history, culture and language. Back to Batoche Days provides the opportunity to preserve and promote Métis culture through storytelling, fiddling, jigging, square dancing, music, Métis artists, traditional land use teachings, voyageur games, chuckwagon racing, sports, contemporary games, Indigenous language and traditional food. It also offers a space to reconnect with friends and family and develop new meaningful relationships.

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May 24 to Sep 30.

The Batoche​ National Historic Site features beautiful trails, guided tours, interpretive signage, historic silhouettes and viewing areas that offer a glimpse into the historic battle between the Metis and First Nations, and General Middleton's Canadian Forces. Enjoy onsite geocaching and hiking trails or rent a bike and take a ride along the shores of the South Saskatchewan River and view the lush river valley scenery.
 
Plan ahead and check the Parks Canada​ website for the most up-to-date information on hours of operation and what to expect when you arrive.​​

Location Info

15 km E of Rosthern on Hwy 312, then 11 km N on Hwy 225. Along the South Saskatchewan River. GPS: 52.4515N, -106.6222W.

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lat. 52.754911° N, long. -106.110578° W




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