15 reasons to explore Canada's wildest neighbourhood.
13 remarkable reasons to visit Great Bear and Great Slave.
Welcome to the best fests in the Northwest Territories.
A road-trippers’ tour of three great territorial campgrounds.
Great galleries & heritage centres, where frontier culture comes to life.
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National holiday with events in all communities. Contact town offices and check community websites for details.
A statutory holiday in the Northwest Territories with events - including drum dances, fish fries and performances - in all communities. Contact town offices for details.
Reid Lake is also an excellent base for fishing, swimming, canoeing, hiking, bird watching, wildlife viewing, power boating, and for extended canoe trips into the surrounding lake systems. From here, canoeists can access the Lower Cameron River, canoe routes to Jennejohn Lake, and more. The campground features 65 non-powered campsites and 11 tent pads, washrooms, drinking water, firewood, a kitchen shetler and picnic areas, and a playground.
The largest developed park on the Ingraham Trail, Prelude Lake Territorial Park offers a variety of facilities. There are trails,a sandy beach for swimming, a dock and boat launch, and boat rentals. The island-filled lake, about 16 kilometers long, forms part of the Cameron River system and has excellent Trout and Pike fishing. At the scenic campground you'll find 32 non-powered sites and 12 tent pads, plus washrooms, drinking water, firewood, kitchen shelters and picnic areas, and a playground.