Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Description

The first archaeological discoveries were made at Wanuskewin in the 1930s; today, the park is an ongoing excavation site of artifacts and remains common to the northern Great Plains. Many of the sites date back 6,000 years, and what makes them unique is that they are linked by a system of trails for visitors. Sites include ancient medicine wheels, bison jumps, and tepee rings; artifacts include arrowheads, animal bones, and pottery. The interpretive center also houses an archaeological lab. Tipi camping and traditional foods are available.

Address

RR #4, Penner Road
Saskatchewan, Canada S7K 3J7

Lat/Long

52.22373300, -106.59740100
Visit Website
(306) 931-6767

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