Operated by Parks Canada, this 9.0 acre (3.63 hectare) picturesque riverside park looks across the Red River to historic St. Boniface. The Forks National Historic Site is dedicated to preserving and presenting the 6,000-year history of human presence and activity at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. The Site includes interpretive exhibits, award-winning sculptures, year-round walking trails,a dock, a canoe beach, a native prarie garden, the Variety, Heritage Adventure Park, and a riverside amphitheatre for performances and events. Throughout the summer, walking tours and presentations highlighting the history of the site are offered.
Hours of Operation
The site is open daily, year round.