The Bannock Point Petroforms are figures laid out on bedrock in the forms of turtles, snakes and humans, and also in abstract patterns. Anishinabe and other Indigenous people believe that they were left here long ago for the benefit of all people that might visit this site to receive their teachings and healing.
Park Interpreters offer guided tours of the Bannock Point Petroforms throughout the summer. The interpreters will offer insight and share knowledge of the Petroform site and their importance.
Tours last 1.5 hours and are FREE for everyone to attend! An adult must accompany children under 12. Bannock Point is located on PR 307 between Betula and Nutimik Lakes. Google Map of the trailhead: https://goo.gl/maps/817ZesLeC8z
For more information, please call the Park Interpreter's Office at 204-369-3157 or email ParkInterpretation@gov.mb.ca.