Type: Environmental Site
This site aims to protect, restore and enhance the natural, scenic and cultural values of the park in an ecosystem context, and to promote public awareness of this national historic site.
Artefacts / Archeology
Bead Hill, an archaeological site with the remains of a 17th century Seneca Village on the Lower Rouge River, is a National Historic Site designated by the Historical Sites and Monuments Board of Canada in 1991. The site is a sensitive archaeological area and is not open to the public at this time.
Address & Contact Information:
Rouge Park Office
50 Bloomington Road West,
Hours of Operation:
Key Words: environment, aboriginal