ACTIVITIES & AMENITIES
The St. Victor Petroglyphs are one of Saskatchewan’s mysteries. No one knows exactly who carved them, why they were carved or even when they were carved. All we can be certain of is that they provide clues to the people who lived on Saskatchewan’s plains hundreds of years ago at a time predating any of our written records.
For preservation and public safety, access to the glyphs is restricted. However, there is a lookout point where visitors are able to look down on the glyphs. The best time to view the glyphs is on a clear day in the early morning or towards sunset when the shallow grooves cast shadows which define and outline the shapes. An interpretive panel and a reproduction of selected glyphs are also available, near the picnic area and washrooms. Admission to the site is free. This site is a Museums Association of Saskatchewan member.