Visit FortWhyte

Welcome! However you choose to spend your time with us, we're excited to share FortWhyte Alive with you.

Admission and Hours


Every day: 9 am – 5 pm, including holidays.

*North and south trail gates are locked 30 mins before closing.

In the spirit of reconciliation, FortWhyte Alive offers complimentary admission for Indigenous peoples (First Nations, Inuit and Métis).

Admission Type Cost
Members Free
Adult 18–64 $12
Older Adult 65+ $11
Student with ID $10
Child 3–17 $10
Child 0–2 Free
First Nations, Inuit and Métis Free
Grandparents and children walking past sod house.


FortWhyte Alive is located at 1961 McCreary Road in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Walking or cycling to commute to FortWhyte is a healthy, climate-friendly way to visit. It’s also your ticket to free admission!


*Our South Trail entrance has moved so we can prepare for Buffalo Crossing! You can now enter 150m west of the current entrance on McGillivray Rd (across from Brady Rd).

Learn more.

Gear Rentals

Enhance your visit with our equipment rentals. From binoculars and fishing tackle to Nordic walking poles and cruiser bikes, we have the gear to make trying new activities easy and accessible.

Rentals are on a first-come-first-served basis, and weather permitting.

Check out our additional rental options like fat bikes through Kendrick's Outdoor Adventures >>

Gear General Pricing (+tax) Member Pricing (+tax) Availability
Nordic Walking Poles $3 Free All year
Binoculars $3 Free All year
Fire Pit $30/2 hours $30/2 hours All year
(must reserve at least 2 business days in advance by emailing [email protected])
Fishing Gear $10 (tackle box + rod)
$5/extra rod
$8 (tackle box + rod)
$4/extra rod
Snowshoes $5 per pair Free December-March
Children's Wagon $5/hour
Wheelchair Free Free All year
(please call ahead)
Cruiser Bike (single) $10/hour $8/hour May–Oct
Cruiser Bike (group 4+) $5/hour per bike $4/hour per bike May–Oct
Tobogganing Sled Free Free Dec–Mar

Frequently Asked Questions

We've listed the answers to the most frequently questions visitors ask us. If you have a question you don't see here, contact us.