NWT Camping

Driving North of Sixty?  Keep a tent and tackle box handy for these memorable stops and campgrounds. Book your campground online at  campingnwt.ca
Hay River Territorial Park and Campground
Spend the day fishing with Shawn Buckley of Great Slave Lake Tours. If you visit on a Saturday stop by the Fisherman’s Wharf on Vale Island afterwards for arts, crafts, produce and (in case your line comes up empty) fresh fish.
Kakisa River Territorial Park
Be sure to stop at this park when driving between Fort Providence and Enterprise. Northern pike, pickerel and Arctic grayling can be snagged from the water and make delicious shore lunches.
Fort Providence Territorial Park
This beautiful park rests on the north bank of the Mackenzie River, only a 2km drive off Highway 1.  Enjoy spectacular sunsets, great fishing and bird watching and the attractions of nearby historic Fort Providence.
Reid Lake Territorial Park
Should you tackle the Ingraham Trail, you’ll stumble across this beautiful campground after 61 kilometres. The fishing is excellent and the clear, crisp water is wonderful for swimming, boating or canoeing.  
Sambaa Deh Falls Park
This little treasure is located at the junction of Highway 1 and the Trout River.  If you’ve got a craving for Arctic grayling or pickerel you’ll want to reel in a fishing line here.