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Welcome to Fort Smith!

The Chipewyan name for the region is Thebacha, which means beside the rapids. Fort Smith is located next to the magnificent Slave River and is the main gateway to Wood Buffalo National Park.

A trip to Fort Smith is one steeped in history, beauty and adventure. Our rapids along the Slave River are world class, our Dark Sky Preserve is the largest on Earth and Wood Buffalo National Park is thriving with unique wildlife, such as the protected and majestic whooping crane.

In summer the land abounds with birds, fish and animals. The trails are endless, and fences are rare. In winter it becomes a peaceful oasis of sparkling snow, clear skies and Northern lights.

We look forward to meeting you and hope you enjoy your stay!

For more information call or email us!

 Visitor Information  - Phone: 867-872-3065 or Wood Buffalo National Park  - 867-872-7960

email: townoffortsmith@fortsmith.ca

Attractions

Northern Life Museum and Cultural Centre is a gem for history buffs and cultural enthusiasts. It...

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Sweetgrass Station, located south of the Peace River on the edge of vast meadows within...

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The Fort Smith Centennial Arena is an exciting hub of activity all year long. It has been in...

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A deep tissue body massage with oils, relaxing the muscles, releasing stress and tension from...

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Visitors News

April 03, 2020

See a PDF document of the Town update in documents section below.

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Accommodations

Your hosts, Christine and Don Aubrey, welcome you to Fort Smith and its unique surroundings in the... Read more
Rental - Commercial Space
  Enjoy private, clean, comfortable, affordable, year-round accomodations. Relax in a jacuzzi tub,... Read more

Restaurants

Welcome to the Desnedé Farmers Market, where our commitment is to fresh, locally made, grown,... Read more
  GALLERY & GIFTS    •    COFFEE BAR    •    FRAMING SHOP     The Rusty Raven is a local... Read more