Fosters understanding of history and traditions of the Dene through activities and publications. Informative visitor tours on request, especially for large groups. Open to the public, Monday-Friday, 1-4 pm. Located on the Katlodeeche First Nation Reserve on the south shore across from Hay River (Hay River Dene Reserve). Please contact us for further details.
The town of Fort Smith provides tourism information and packages of local attractions through our main office and visitor information centre. Our website provides a detailed list of many of the attractions in and around Fort Smith, including trails, rapids, the Aurora Borealis, Wood Buffalo National Park, whooping cranes, pelicans and wood bison.
Phone: (867) 872-8400
Blackstone Territorial Park on Highway 7 (Liard Highway) is open daily, May 15 to September 15, 8 am to 11 pm. Stop in and see our displays and videos.
Phone: (867) 695-7500
A visitor information centre at the 60th Parallel Territorial Park.
It’s called a highway but you’re more likely to see a bison quintet than crowds of cars. It is, after all, the paved road that threads its way through Wood Buffalo National Park.
Want to see what’s at the end of the road? Here are a few places that'll take you there in the Northwest Territories.
Up here you won’t pay extra for a shorefront view
This is a land teeming with waterfalls.
Up here, it's just a bit different
Up here, it's just a little different