North Slave attractions

Top Choice State Park in Ingraham Trail

Hidden Lake Territorial Park

At Hidden Lake Territorial Park you'll find the attractive Cameron Falls, reachable via a 15-minute walk through forest and over rocks.
Lake in Ingraham Trail

Reid Lake

At Reid Lake, 61km from Yellowknife, you can swim, canoe or fish. The campground has a beach, boat ramp and walking trail, plus campsites on the ridge with great lake views.
Lake in Ingraham Trail

Prelude Lake

There are two short nature trails at Prelude Lake, as well as a large and busy, full-service campground, boat rentals and activities for children.
Lake in Ingraham Trail

Tibbitt Lake

In summer, the Ingraham Trail ends here, where locals come to fish. In winter, this is the beginning of the 570km ice road to the diamond mines.
Waterfall in Ingraham Trail

Cameron River Ramparts

These small, pretty falls are reachable via a 400m stroll through the forest from the parking lot.
State Park in Fort Providence

Fort Providence Territorial Park

This small state park overlooks the mighty McKenzie River and features a popular campground.