Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada
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When you arrive in Fort Chipewyan or Fort Smith your first stop should be the Visitor Reception Centre . Knowledgeable park staff, an audiovisual presentation and exhibits can help orient you to the park and make your stay more enjoyable.
There are several interpretive exhibits within the park. Most are wheelchair accessible.
Licensed guides and outfitters may be available for hire.
Educational programs can be organized upon request for groups of six or more. Three weeks' notice is required. Contact the Visitor Reception Centre in Fort Chipewyan or Fort Smith to book a program.
Parks Canada’s Métis Reconciliation Projects: Sharing the Métis Story
Sharing the Métis Story© Parks Canada
Métis people have a deep connection to Parks Canada heritage places. This understanding shapes our national parks and historic sites. A variety of impactful engagement and reconciliation projects are ongoing at Parks Canada places, giving a voice to today’s Métis communities
to share their own history and culture.