Wood Buffalo National Park wildfire updates
Current information and updates on the Sass Lake wildfire in Wood Buffalo National Park. Current information and updates on the Lynx Lake wildfire in Wood Buffalo National Park.
Sass Lake wildfire
Lynx Lake wildfire
Fire Status Map
Current information and updates on the Sass Lake wildfire in Wood Buffalo National Park.
Current information and updates on the Lynx Lake wildfire in Wood Buffalo National Park.
Travelers on Highway 5 and Carlson’s Road toward Moose Island are urged to drive with caution and adjust speeds according to visibility.
Drivers can expect to see:
- Smoke as a result of shifting winds
- Trees that are unstable near burned areas or that have fallen in the road.
- Fire personnel and helicopters working along and on the road.
Get current information about road conditions
Smoke and air quality
As weather conditions and fire behaviour change, smoke may be visible throughout the park and surrounding area
- Current alerts - Environment and Climate Change Canada
- Air Quality Health Index Government of Alberta
Air quality and your health
Closures and restrictions
- There is currently no fire ban in Wood Buffalo National Park.
- All campfires must be lit in designated fireplaces at campsites.
What is closed
- There are no closures in Wood Buffalo National Park.
- For information related to visitor services facilities, please contact the Visitor Information Centre at 867-872-7960
What is open
- All facilities, roads and areas of Wood Buffalo National Park remain open.
Territorial and provincial fire information
- Email: email@example.com
- For fire information or media inquiries, call 867-872-7942
- To report a wildfire, call 867-621-0136 or 867-872-7970
- For general park information please visit the Fort Smith or Fort Chipewyan Visitor Centres:
- Fort Smith - 867-872-7960
- Fort Chipewyan – 780-697-3662