Fort Macleod is a city in Alberta, Canada
Fort Macleod, originally named Macleod, is a town in the southwest corner of the province of Alberta, Canada. It was founded as a North-West Mounted Police barracks, and is named in honour of the North-West Mounted Police Colonel James Macleod. It was known as the Town of Macleod between 1892 and 1912.
|Top sights in Fort Macleod|
|Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump||49.705334 / -113.653420|
|The Fort (Museum Of The North West Mounted Police)||49.726407 / -113.407087|
|Empress Theatre||49.725736 / -113.407397|
|Fort Macleod Golf Club||49.721425 / -113.427217|
|9Th Street Taxi||49.721425 / -113.427217|