Long ago the First Nations people of the area carved what looks like bison ribs into these boulders. They believed that by carving these boulders they would pay homage to “Old Man Buffalo” and gain luck when hunting. To this day there are still gifts like tobacco and feathers left as offerings.
If you are in the Provost area, you should do yourself a service and visit Bodo. I learned so much while visiting the Bodo Archeological Society! The staff’s passion for archeology really shines through. Our tour was informative, fun, and honestly made me realize how cool archeology is!
Overall I would recommend Gooseberry Lake PP as a place with a different kind of landscape compared to most of the places we usually go. Although, I don't think you could go there every weekend or anything and keep yourself busy. You could go there once or twice to experience the rolling plains but there is not enough to do in the area to make it a regular stop.