In the city's southwest, on the banks of the man-made Glenmore Reservoir -- which is also Calgary's water supply -- sits one of the liveliest historical re-creations to be found in Alberta. The largest historical village in all of Canada, Heritage Park, as the name suggests, offers visitors a taste of Calgary's frontier past, from its settler days in the early 19th century through its fur-trading roots in the 1860s all the way through to the construction of the railway in 1910, which linked what was, until then, an outpost to the rest of the country. Steam engines, horse-drawn carriages, and a paddlewheel on the Reservoir are all part of the attraction. The park offers costumed interpreters, street theater, and over 150 buildings and exhibits.