Fort Malden National Historic Site
As announced by the Prime Minister on Thursday, as of June 1, certain Parks Canada places across the country will begin resuming some operational activities, while other sites will be phasing in operations later in time.
As of June 1, 2022 Fort Malden National Historic Site will open the grounds, parking lot and waterfront pathway to the public, however, all buildings and facilities will be closed and visitor service offers will remain suspended until further notice. Since this is an evolving situation, we encourage you to visit our website for regular updates and Canada.ca/coronavirus for the latest information on COVID-19.
For current pass holders, Parks Canada will automatically extend the end date of annual passes and Discovery Passes for the full duration of the suspension period. Find more details on how the current situation will affect passes. If you have made a campground reservation, we are also taking steps to help you. Find out more about reservations on our website.
We appreciate your patience at this challenging time. We commit to keeping you and all visitors informed and we look forward to when we can all visit and enjoy Parks Canada places once again.
Fort Malden stood guard during the war of 1812, a time when the threat of American invasion was very real. The Americans occupied this fort for almost two years after the British abandoned it following their defeat at the Battle of Lake Erie. Fort Malden commemorates a period when the destiny of Canada was determined by military action. Come discover this historic treasure!
Admission fee*: General Admission from $3.90/Adult, $3.40/Seniors
Fort Malden is currently closed for the season and will reopen in May 2020.