One of our favourite things to do during the summer is to go and visit the sheep in Fort Saskatchewan.
Visit The Sheep In Fort Saskatchewan
Located at Fort Heritage Precinct, you can visit the sheep this year from Tuesday to Friday, 11:30 am to 6:00 pm.
While your there you’ll notice pretty quickly that they love to eat the leaves from the surrounding trees however they also love their carrots and apples so make sure you come with some of those!
Wearing proper shoes is a must! The sheep don’t watch where they are walking and will step on your toes.
Well behaved dogs are allowed to also visit the sheep, however, they must remain on a leash.
The area also has a nice gazebo as well as a green space area for you to enjoy a picnic. (Although if it’s after you may have some guests trying to eat your lunch too!)
Visiting The Sheep During Covid-19
The City of Fort Saskatchewan has created an infographic for you to follow while visiting the sheep.
At this time no more than 50 people can visit the sheep at the same time (we’ve been plenty of times and have rarely seen over 20 people), however, if you’re looking to pass some time while others are visiting you can check out The Fort Heritage Precinct.
Not only is it right on-site, but it is also home to a fun tree swing too! The Fort Heritage Precinct is open Tuesday to Friday, from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and also offers guided tours on select days too! The cost is $7/person.
To find the sheep, head to 10006 – 100 Avenue, you can also find more information about them on the City of Fort Saskatchewan website here. Want to explore some playgrounds while you’re there? Andy’s Playground is not too far away!