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Parks & nature in Great Slave Lake

Park
“Only in March. One of the best man made creations in Yellowknife, especially when the aurora shines down on it.”
7 locals recommend
Park
“The falls are beautiful. It is a bit of a hike, bring water- don't go off the trail. There are some rocks and large step downs, but the trail is well marked and maintained. ”
3 locals recommend
Park
“Nice walking trails just at the edge of the city, plus a great spot to view Aurora with less city light.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“Not in Fort Smith, like it says on the map. It's about a 45 minute drive to the trail head ans a short hike (15 to 20 minutes) into the frozen falls in the winter and a vibrant cascade in the summer.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful spot. City Hall. In the summer months there is a market every Tuesday. Nice spot for a walk.”
3 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
Campground
“Just outside Yellowknife, this is another nice spot to view the Aurora. In the summer there is a great swimming beach.”
1 local recommends
Park
“The Prelude Lake Nature Trail is a nice hike with beautiful views. Be bear aware, bring bear spray & bear bangers. ”
1 local recommends
Pool
“Our community swimming pool is a great place to take kids, or just enjoy the hot tub. It's a five minute walk away, reachable by the Frame Lake trail. ”
1 local recommends
Park
“You do not need to drive this far but traveling down the Ingraham trail you should see the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) ”
1 local recommends
Campground
“The very end of the northern highway! 80klm outside of Yellowknife up Ingram Trail. Its an absolutely beautiful drive with lots of places to stop along the way, the drive to Tibbit Lake is very enjoyable for all ages! The road ends at a beautiful lake with a stream and a sandy beach.”
1 local recommends