Discover Historic Dunvegan, the site of one of Alberta's earliest
fur trade posts and missionary centres.
Interpreters are available to guide you through the 19th century log
buildings which have been restored and furnished in meticulous detail.
In the Rectory, glimpse into the spartan lifestyle of an Oblate missionary.
Marvel at the rustic splendour of St. Charles Mission Church. See how
the Hudson's Bay Factor and his family lived in the Factor's House.
A modern Visitor Centre features an audio visual presentation, displays
and a souvenir sales area.
Historic Dunvegan is nestled in the scenic
valley of the mighty Peace River. Next door, 67 campsites (28 electrical,
3 handicap-accessible), a large day use/picnic area, horseshoe pits
and playground make this a perfect place to visit for a day or for
a week. Market gardens nearby are still farmed just as they were a
hundred years ago.
Last reviewed/revised: September 13, 2012
Costumed interpreters offer guided tours through
inside the restored St. Charles Mission Church, the Rectory and the Factor's