Tag : Territorial Park

Those Young Guys - Wildlife in The North

It’s that time of year when many RVers are working away busily preparing (if not already on their way) for their long awaited trip to Alaska, the wild frontier!  When talking to other RVers, the subject of “Driving to Alaska” comes up now and again as we sit around the campfire.  The discussions usually revolve around “the routes, campgrounds, roads, …

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Another wonderful Northwest Territories Park. Home to Alexandra and Louise Falls and a terrific campground with large sites and great hiking and the soothing sound of waterfalls as you sleep. Campground: Twin Falls Territorial Park Location: In the Northwest Territories just north of Alberta on the MacKenzie Highway and south of Enterprise, NWT Cost: $20 (CAD) Services: E Comments: Perfect …

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Reid Lake

The last territorial park you will pass heading east along the Ingraham Trail is Reid Lake Territorial Park. A beautiful park on the lake. If you go on a weekend in summer make sure you have a reservation as it gets full from all the locals in Yellowknife. Don’t camp in the lower area near the trees during summer or …

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Prosperous Lake

The Ingraham Trail, also known as Highway 4, extends east from Yellowknife all the way to Tibbitt Lake, about 70 kilometers. It is also known as the “Road to Resources”  into the interior of the Arctic.  There are a number of recreational activities along the trail with many lakes, territorial parks, and waterfalls. Hiking abounds as do bears and mosquitoes. …

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Long Lake in Yellowknife

A great place to stay while touring around Yellowknife! Lots of nice large sites! But it does fill up. The dump and the fresh water were broken when we were there. OK, now what? No one seemed to know where we could get any water. So, we drove around town until we saw a camper/motorhome and waved him down and …

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Those Young Guys at Lady Evelyn Falls

Campground: Lady Evelyn Falls Territorial Park Location: Kakisa, Northwest Territories Services: Dry camp Comments: If you love falls, this is the place. There was only one other camper there when we visited and they left early in the morning. That meant we were the only ones around for miles and miles and miles.  We camped close to the falls so …

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Those Young Guys at Sambaa Deh

We stopped by the falls for the day en route to our next destination. We had a hike over to the falls and a nice picnic lunch. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! Link to Map in “Where We’ve Been”  

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Those Young Guys at Nahanni

A slice of heaven in the middle of nowhere. Close to Nahanni National Park Reserve with over 7 million acres and home to over 500 grizzly bears. Nahanni Park is only accessible by boat or float plane/helicopter. Many wilderness adventures depart from Lindberg Landing which is only 3 kilometers from Blackstone, by boat. Campground: Blackstone Territorial Park Location: north of …

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