Plan your visit
Fort Battleford National Historic Site
Fort Battleford is in Saskatchewan, 1.5 hours’ drive west of Saskatoon and a two hours’ drive east of Lloydminster, Alberta on the Yellowhead Highway. Plan to spend a few hours exploring the Fort, and be sure to take in the self-guided tour.
Visiting Fort Battleford National Historic Site
Plan your visit
How to get here, facilities and services, museum, theatre, local attractions.
Tours and programs
Guided tours, programs, workshops, and learning experiences.
Daily visitor fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Seasonal and annual admission passes.
Safety and guidelines
Wildlife, weather, environment, insect and seasonal safety, and site regulations.
Activities and experiences
Things to do, trails, tours, programs, events, volunteering, and activities.
Hours of operation
Find out when you can visit the site
Brochures and publications
Cartes, guide du visiteur.
Local attractions and tourism
Services communautaires, informations touristiques.
How to get here
Directions and distances to Fort Battleford National Historic Site by air and car
PO Box 70
SK S0M 0E0
Fort Battleford National Historic Site is located 1.5 hours northwest of Saskatoon in the town of Battleford. The province is accessible by scheduled airline services that connect with most major centers in North America and northern Europe, as well as by road in the United States.
The Saskatoon International Airport (YXE) is 141 km from Fort Battleford. Major car rental agencies operate out of the Regina International Airport.
Fort Battleford National Historic Site is located 153 km northwest of Saskatoon in the town of Battleford, 4.8 km southeast of North Battleford. Follow the Parks Canada Beaver logo signs from the Yellowhead Highway (SK-16). Follow SK-16 W to Campbell Innes Way in Battleford, then turn left onto Central Ave. Fort Battleford National Historic Site will be on the right hand side.
Facilities and services
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