Wood Mountain Rodeo/Ranch Museum
The Wood Mountain Rodeo Ranch Museum offers you a western welcome! Western artifacts, an adobe house, the turf club building, the Wood Mountain Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Legends of Our Times Lakota exhibit, and the Heritage House are reminders of early ranch and rodeo life. Take part in some real Old West experiences. Help make a rope, cook bannock, and mud the adobe house. Take a short hike up the hill to see a view of the park and a monument about Lakota Chief Sitting Bull. Special displays trace the history of the Wood Mountain Stampede, Canada's oldest continuous rodeo. The museum also houses the local archives and photograph collections of the Wood Mountain Historical Society & offers information for the Grasslands National Park East Block.
Located in Wood Mountain Regional Park, 8 kilometres south of Wood Mountain.
May – September
May - September 9:30am-12pm & 1pm-5:30pm.
Admission: Adult (17+) = $5
Youth (10-16) = $2
Children (9 and under) = free
Adult season pass = $10
Family season pass = $25