Rocanville, Saskatchewan on the Trans-Canada Highway
Fort Esperance National Historic Site
4.8 km north of Rocanville
The trading post at this location was opened by Robert Grant in 1787 for the Northwest Company until 1819, and was the most southern post in the Northwest Territories. There is an interpretive plaque, and the site is open continuously, with free admission.
Rocanville and District Museum
Qu’Appelle Ave & Saint Albert St
(306) 645-2113 (May - Sept) or year round at (306) 645-2164
This museum showcases local history and includes five working steam tractors. There is also a fully-equipped 1896 school house. The Museum grounds also has a restored CPR station, Rocanville first commercial building, and a restored country church. Visit for the annual Threshing Day the 2nd Saturday in September each year with demonstrations, displays, etc. Open daily 1 pm - 5pm from Many to September. Admission rates are $3 for adults, 12 & under are free.
Official Town web site