Fort Macleod RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Fort Macleod, Alberta

Once a site of legendary historical events, Fort Macleod has a great number of stories to tell. You can learn about the North West Mounted Police at the Fort Museum or have a night on the town at the Empress Theatre. Just a short distance away, you can visit Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump, or take a longer trip out to Drumheller for a day with the dinosaurs. Scroll down on our Fort Macleod landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.

Castle River near Pincher Creek, Alberta.
Fort Macleod

Splash around between these cozy Alberta towns

Travelling through Pincher Creek and Fort Macleod this summer? Make plans to stop and enjoy the local waterways.

buffalo species, taxidermy, at head smashed in buffalo jump
Fort Macleod

Feel the excitement

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a culturally significant attraction.

The interior of the Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod Alberta
Fort Macleod

A centennial celebration

Since 1912, the Empress Theatre has taken centre stage on Fort Macleod’s historic main street. July 29, 2012, will mark the theatre’s 100th anniversary.

girl standing beside a stuffed buffalo
Fort Macleod

Top things to see and do in Fort Macleod

A town dedicated to preserving history and educating its visitors, Fort Macleod is also an entertaining community for RVers to explore.

Men on horses perform a musical ride.
Fort Macleod

Visit southern Alberta’s historical attractions

Head Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and Fort Macleod are linked in their history. Both offer a great experience for the Western Canadian traveller.

by Lisa Crane

RV-friendly businesses near Fort Macleod