Check out our calendar of events to find out about new spring programming and seminars. We are now open from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday, Sundays & Holidays from 10 am to 5 pm. We will be open late until 8 pm on Thursdays in May.
*New Camp Counsellors must also fill out the Camp Counsellor Reference Form – click here for PDF
Purchase a ‘share’ of our farm’s bounty and become a partner in local, sustainable agriculture and an essential community social enterprise.
Watch Manitoba’s past come alive at FortWhyte this spring. Discover Manitoba’s rich history and natural wonders with FortWhyte Alive EcoTours. Now featuring,
A Prairie Legacy: The Bison and Its People, part of the Canadian Tourism Commission’s Signature Experiences Collection.
To participate in this experience: Please call 989-8353 or
email FortWhyte Alive.
Click here for more information!
WAVpaddling’s certified professional instructors will provide you with the knowledge and experience to confidently enjoy your own paddling excursions. FortWhyte’s small sheltered lakes are the ideal setting for learning the basics of these adventurous pursuits.
Check out our exciting NEW spring public
programming for March, April, and May!
Available in any denomination, FortWhyte Gift Cards may be used towards the Nature Shop, Membership, the Buffalo Stone Café or programming at FortWhyte Alive!
Available at the Nature Shop.
Drop off your change at the bin located in the
Alloway Reception Centre. Your support will fund environmental education programs.
FortWhyte Alive is proud to take part in Call2Recycle®, the only free battery and cell phone collection program in North America. Bring your old batteries (up to 5 kg in weight) and cell phones to FortWhyte and drop them off in one of our Call2Recycle® collection boxes, located in the Alloway Centre and at the Info Desk in the Interpretive Centre. Help us keep toxic waste from entering landfills and give reclaimed materials a second life!
Click here for more information on this program.
Let your nature guide take you north to the Bison Prairie, the Tipi Encampment and the Pioneer Sod House … or south to the aspen forest for bird watching. Each walk is a new adventure! FREE with regular admission