Head to Alberta's northern parks for your wild, natural experience and leave the traffic and crowds behind.
Wood Buffalo National Park is possibly the most Canadian experience since log driving. It’s one of the biggest parks on the planet and home to free-ranging buffalo. Hardy travellers might want to canoe to a backcountry campsite in search of wolves on the hunt for one of those buffalo.
This museum in Fort Chipewyan is an exact replica of the 1870s Hudson's Bay store and contains historical artifacts from the fur trade, historical photographs and other unique items.
Enjoy a bucket list experience with a remote fly-in fishing adventure to Andrew Lake Lodge, located in the extreme northeast corner of Alberta. Enjoy the legendary trophy fishing in Canada’s pristine northern wilderness with its unspoiled waters and breathtaking natural landscapes. Andrew Lake Lodge Cabins are a rustic log construction and can accommodate 2 to 4 guests each. There’s hot and cold running water, showers, flush toilets, electrical power, 24-hour satellite phone, satellite Wi-Fi, and the unlimited use of the 14 ft. Lund and Alumarine boats with 9.9 HP motors.
Located in Canada’s oldest European settlement of Fort Chipewyan, on the western tip of Lake Athabasca, sits the Dene-Cree Inn. The modern, comfortable rooms will make you feel right at home. Conveniently located downtown, Dene-Cree Inn offers a total of 12 rooms with your choice of a kitchenette, executive or standard suites. A handicap suite is available. All rooms include a fridge, microwave and free Wi-Fi. There is a restaurant on-site and you are within easy walking distance from the local grocery store. Experience this warm and inviting community, surrounding wildlife reserves, the spectacular Northern Lights, and plenty of crisp, clean air.