Frog Lake National Historic Site is situated along the south boundary of the Unipouheos 121 Indian Reserve, which is part of the Frog Lake First Nation. The area encompasses the cemetery, the archaeological remains of the historic Frog Lake Settlement, and the sites of the Woods Cree and Plains Cree camps in 1885.

This is a non-operational site with no Visitor Reception Centre.

Getting here

Location

Frog Lake National Historic Site, Alberta
Latitude: 53.831229
Longitude: -110.358618

From the Yellowhead highway, head north on hwy 897 to the First Nations Reserve of Frog Lake. The Frog Lake National Historic Site is situated along the south boundary of the Unipouheos 121 Indian Reserve, which is part of the Frog Lake First Nation.

This site has no entrance fees and is self-guided.

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