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Inside the scenic Blackstone Territorial Park is this intriguing interpretive centre that’s worth a visit all on its own, even if you’re just stopping to camp or passing through.
The visitor’s centre has details about local adventure tours, as well as current weather and river conditions. It also features interpretive displays and video information about the First Nations history of the area.
Located at the convergence point of three rivers – the Peace, Liard and Mackenzie – Blackstone has long held significant importance to the Dehcho Dene, serving as an vital transportation route and hunting and fishing area.
You can find out more about this fascinating region from the friendly staff at the Blackstone Visitor Information Centre, which is open seven days a week during parks season (mid-May to mid-September), from 8am to 11pm.