Grasslands National Park is one of the largest areas of undisturbed mixed prairie grassland in Canada and a destination for visitors from around the world. The vast landscape commands your attention while the immense sky overwhelms the first time visitor with wonder and contemplation.
Spanning over 700 square kilometres, the park is divided into the West and East Block with two entirely different terrains, from the rolling hills and the sea of grass in the West Block, to the rugged badlands in the East Block.
The Story of Grasslands National Park explores the history of Grasslands and how it became a national park. It is part of an ongoing series, Stories from the Great Southwest, and was produced by Overtime Communications.