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Métis Crossing is located 1.5 hours northeast of Edmonton and 10 minutes South of Smoky Lake on the Victoria Trail.

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    Ways to stay

    Relax And Reconnect.

    The land we call home has a lot to offer you. Stay a night or two and explore our history and our vision for the future. From our luxury Lodge to our unique Sky-Watching Domes, we’ve got a place for you to rest your head.

    Getting Here

    Métis Crossing is on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, 1.5 hours northeast of Edmonton, Alberta and 10 minutes south of Smoky Lake.

    17339 Victoria Trail
    Smoky Lake, AB
    T0A 3C0

    Packages

    Planning a trip to Métis Crossing? Our packages are a great way to simplify your stay.

    Indigenous Peoples & Canada

    Our three-day packages will immerse you in adventure Métis culture. Enjoy selected Signature Experiences, breakfast…
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    Beavers, Bison, and People: Our Promise to Wahkotowin

    In collaboration with Elk Island National Park, this package brings visitors closer to the wildlife…
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    Legendary Nights Sky Package

    Stay in one of our custom-designed Sky Watching Domes. Enjoy all the modern amenities plus…
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    Winter Package

    Our three-day packages will immerse you in adventure Métis culture. Enjoy selected Signature Experiences, breakfast…
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    Prices and Hours

    Métis Crossing is pleased to welcome visitors year-round.

    Admission

    Adults: $15.75*

    Students, youth, seniors: $10.50

    Family: $47.25
    (2 adults and up to 4 children)

    MNA Citizens and
    Settlement Members: Free

    *Prices include GST

    Hours of Operation

    Winter season
    (Dec. 1 – March 31)
    10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Spring season
    (Apr. 1 – Friday of the May long weekend)
    10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Summer season
    (Saturday of the May long weekend – Sept. 5)
    10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

    Fall season
    (Sept. 6 – Nov. 30)
    9:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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