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Fort Saskatchewan Attractions

50Km(30 miles) east of Edmonton on Yellowhead Hwy #16. Elk Island, established in 1906 as Canada's first federal wildlife sanctuary, is home to large herds of elk, bison and moose, an information centre, golf course, campground and hiking/cross country trails.

Address 50 km(30 miles) east of Edmonton on Hwy 16, Site 4, RR 1, Fort Saskatchewan, AB   T8L 2N7
Phone 780-922-5790

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This 170,000 sq. ft. centre has amenities like an arena, cultural pavilion, art gallery, fitness centre, and meeting and banquet facilities.

Address 8700-84 St., Fort Saskatchewan, AB   T8L 4P5
Phone 780-992-6400

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Through the collection, research, and interpretation of local history, the Fort Heritage Precinct creates an environment of inspiration for our regional community to discover the development of Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas and its relevance to Western Canadian and Canadian history.

Address 10006 - 100 Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta   T8L 0J3
Phone 780-998-1783

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