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Exploring Fort Smith


Something for everyonephoto courtesy Wood Buffalo National Park (WBNP)photo courtesy Wood Buffalo National Park (WBNP)

courtesy WBNPcourtesy WBNPWelcome to Fort Smith, a jewel in the middle of the boreal forest. Nestled along the banks of the mighty Slave River, Fort Smith is a friendly, multicultural community with a population of just over 2,400. This magnificent landscape, where the Slave River divides the boreal forest from the Canadian Shield, draws thousands of visitors each year.

Whether you are here for business, playing in a tournament, or just passing through, please take a look around. We have it all! Whitewater kayaking, hiking, biking, and golfing in the summer; snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and dogsledding in the winter; it’s all available right here.

courtesy WBNPcourtesy WBNPSpend a day or two exploring the natural landscapes and wildlife in Wood Buffalo National Park, the largest national park in Canada. Come and take in the sights and sounds of the South Slave Friendship Festival in August, celebrate the Wood Buffalo Frolics winter carnival in March, or stop in and check out the displays at the Northern Life Museum and Cultural Centre at any time of year. Fort Smith is a wonderful place to visit.

 

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Town of Fort Smith, 174 McDougal Road, PO Box 147
Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, X0E 0P0, CANADA
Phone: (867) 872-8400, Fax: (867) 872-8401
Email: Town of Fort Smith
Office hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30AM - 12:00PM, 1:00-5:00PM
Closed weekends and statutory holidays
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