Parks

Frontier Trail

Located on the south bank of the mighty Mackenzie River where it empties out of Great Slave Lake, just a short way from the Mackenzie River ferry crossing at Fort Providence. A great spot to take...

Enjoy great fishing, bison and bird watching, and take advantage of the services available in nearby historic Fort Providence, featuring visitor services, tours, fishing, groceries a motel and...

Swim at Long Lake’s sandy beach. Camp, picnic, canoe or enjoy the amenities and attractions of Yellowknife, located just 3 km/1.8 miles away. Hike the 4 km/2.5 mile Prospector’s Trail,...

Picnic sites, a boat launch and kitchen shelters, as well as a sandy beach, a playground and change houses. Volleyball tournaments are very popular. Being one of the smaller lakes, Long Lake warms...

Enjoy a break from driving. Stop and rest on the picturesque shores of Great Slave Lake to take photos or simply to relax with a picnic. Be sure to look around you – the scenery abruptly changes...

Ingraham Trail

Cameron Falls Trail is located within Hidden Lake Territorial Park, on the Ingraham Trail. It is approximately 47 km east of Yellowknife.

There is a small parking lot with pit toilet...

Hidden Lake is an undeveloped, water-based park. Backcountry camping is permitted, however, there are no facilities provided. Access to the 3000 hectare natural park is a series of rivers and...

Located on Madeline Lake, the park is a perfect place to enjoy a meal at one of its several picnic sites equipped with tables and firepits. Use the boat launch and dock area to access the lake for...

Powder Point Day Use Area is located within Hidden Lake Territorial Park on the Ingraham Trail, a little more than 45km east of Yellowknife, and on the eastern arm of Prelude Lake. Powder Point...

The largest developed park on the Ingraham Trail, it offers a variety of facilities. There is a sandy beach for swimming, a dock and boat launch and boat rentals. There are two trails, one is a...

With 65 non-powered campsites and 11 tent pads, fishing, swimming, canoeing, hiking, bird watching, and wildlife viewing, this is a great place to camp and enjoy the outdoors. Reid Lake is also an...

Located on the Yellowknife River, the park is a perfect place to enjoy a picnic or fishing. For the more adventurous, boat up the river and into the string of lakes it connects to; or downstream...

Dempster Highway

The Dempster Highway serves as a boundary for the 8,800 hectare park and connects visitors to two campgrounds, two day use areas and a
scenic lookout. The park is home to a number of natural...

Enjoy the spectacular shoreline of Campbell Lake. Try your luck fishing. Take a walk in search of unique rocks and fossils. Or hit the beach for a swim above the Arctic Circle.

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Located in the heart of Inuvik, this park offers 19 powered and 8 non-powered sites, and convenient access to the town’s attractions. The park is situated on a bluff overlooking the east branch of...

Just outside Inuvik, this park features an observation tower that offers excellent views of the surrounding scenery and prime bird watching. Watch for falcons, eagles and ducks, our summer...

This park is perched on a cliff overlooking the Peel River and surrounded by stands of white birch and white spruce trees. This is an ideal place to unwind for a few nights on the long journey up...

This campground offers 30 campsites and is one of the services and facilities of the Tombstone Territorial Park, in Yukon.

Norman Wells

Located in the community of Norman Wells this park is on the banks of the Mackenzie River. The park offers a great view across the two km wide Mackenzie to the Mackenzie Mountains, site of the...

Liard Trail

The setting on the Liard River is spectacular, rich in historical significance, alive with abundant wildlife and framed by stunning mountain views. Blackstone Territorial Park is located on the...

This municipal campground is located about 4 km/2.5 miles along the access road to Fort Liard. It is located next to a small lake, and offers a kitchen shelter and several campsites.

Heritage Route

Located near the entrance to Fort Simpson, and at the confluence of the Mackenzie and Liard rivers, groceries, restaurants and information centres are within walking distance. The Papal Site...

Waterfalls Route

Adjacent to the visitor information centre, the 60th Parallel Territorial Park has a small campground (with 7 campsites) and a scenic picnic area overlooking the beautiful Hay River.

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This is a dramatically beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic, stroll the boardwalk beside the Hay River to Louise Falls or watch Alexandra Falls drop 32 metres over a limestone ridge. Two viewing...

There are 12 powered campsites at Escarpment Creek Group Camping Area.  This facility is well equipped for group camping as well as day use activities. An attractive series of small waterfalls...

Take the time to make the trip to see the falls, even if you do not plan to camp overnight. An access road to the south leads 6.8 km/4.2 miles to the park. A short trail leads to Lady Evelyn Falls...

Louise Falls offers 9 powered and 12 non-powered campsites surrounded by jack pines, spectacular flora and 400 million year old limestone formations along the Hay River gorge. A unique 138 step...

Breathtaking waterfalls are easily viewed from the day use areas of this park.

This park is made up of three main areas, which are linked together by a beautiful and dramatic trail:

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A small picnic area with a short trial leading to the 17-metre McNallie Creek Falls. At the viewing platform, a plaque explains the origin of the creek's name. Look for the cliff swallows nesting...

Located at the junction of Highway 1 and the Trout River, the Trout River (Sambaa Deh in the Slavey language) was a traditional transportation before and during the fur trade. The falls forced...

Wood Buffalo Route

Fort Smith Mission Heritage Park is all that remains of the original 151 acre / 61 hectare Oblate Catholic Mission in what is now the centre of Fort Smith.

Fort Smith was for a brief period...

This picturesque little campground features six non-powered campsites.  Campsites are available through a self-registration process depicted on-site. The area was devastated by a forest fire in...

Located just outside Fort Smith, there are walking trails leading to views of the Slave River. Rapids on Slave River are a world-class venue for white water kayaking and rafting. White Pelicans...

The highway travels through the northeast corner of this huge park almost to Fort Smith on the NWT/Alberta border. Wood Buffalo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and at 44,800 km2 /17,300 miles2...

Great Slave Route

There are 10 brand new campsites and a brand new shower building available at Hay River Territorial Park this year.  The new campsites are available for immediate booking on ...

This territorial park is on the shore of the Little Buffalo River, minutes away from Great Slave Lake. This is a pleasant stopping point for fishing, boating and picnicking, and a scenic base for...