Information on driving the Dempster Highway, the Inuvik region and other parts of the NWT.
Visit the NWT Dempster Highway Visitor Centre to learn about the Dempster Highway and Western Arctic Region of the Northwest Territories. The centre is open seasonally from late May to early September. Enjoy the displays, and talk with one of the knowledgeable staff about the authentic experiences to be had in the Western Arctic.
Your one stop shop for all information related to visiting or travelling to the Western Arctic!
Address: 284 Mackenzie Road, PO Box 2589, Inuvik, NT X0E 0T0
Phone: (867) 777-4727
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
Nine kilometres south of Fort McPherson on the Dempster Highway. Gwich'in historical exhibits. Open daily, early June until early September.
If you are planning a trip to Yellowknife, here is where you'll find the information you need to choose a place to stay and arrange a tour, a fishing trip, or an Aurora viewing package. Our Visitor Centre can give you information on many of Yellowknife's activities, attractions and fine stores.
Phone: (867) 920-8687
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
One of the first stops you should make when you arrive in beautiful Hay River is the Visitor Information Centre. Here you will find knowledgeable staff eager to help you. They will have local knowledge about the Town and surrounding region as well as current information on what is happening in the ‘Hub of the North’.