About Us

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What you need to know

Métis Crossing is the first major Métis cultural interpretive center in Alberta. The development and operation of this facility mirrors the core values of the Métis community including self-sufficiency, respect of elders, participation of youth, and pride in our culture.

Métis Crossing began as a major initiative of the Métis Nation of Alberta. Our mission is to be a premiere center for Alberta Métis cultural interpretation, education, gatherings, and business development. Our 512-acre site is designed to engage and excite visitors, and is comprised of river lot titles from the original Métis settlers to this region in the late 1800s. Our programming encourages active participation of visitors in activities that promote appreciation of our people, customs, and celebrations.

Campsites are available: powered, non-powered, and tenting options. Comfort Camping is also available in outfitted trapper’s tents overlooking the river (Please bring your own bedding, lawn chairs, and camping stoves)

Campground:

 

The nature trail tour along the North Saskatchewan River is very informative and breathtaking. Our scenic site is the perfect place to spend the day, have a picnic, and just relax in the tranquility and beauty of the area.

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20 RV sites with power, RV sites without power, tenting sites, showers, washrooms, outhouses, picnic tables, fire pits, and wood for sale.

Facilities on site include large parking for both cars and buses. Indoor composting toilets with power and running water, and indoor flushable toilets. There is currently little to no cellular service; however, our gift shop and registration office has a land line, WiFi, and accepts debit, Visa, and MasterCard.

Métis Crossing’s Gift Shop offers Métis themed literature and souvenirs.

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Camping Rates:

$25.00 RV site with power, $20.00 RV site no power, $17.00/per Tent

Tours:

You can enjoy tours of our museum, historical village, restored homesteads with a farm machinery display, photo gallery, indoor meeting area, outdoor stage, and multiple gardens!

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Historical Cromarty Barn Museum, Photo Gallery, and Meeting Space.

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