National Parks / Natural World

Wood Buffalo National Park Fort Smith

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Wood Buffalo National Park
Box 750
Fort Smith
NU
X0E 0P0
Tel: 867-872-7960

Where are we going today?

As part of Canada's system of national parks and national historic sites, Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada is our country's largest national park and one of the largest in the world. It was established in 1922 to protect the last remaining herds of bison in northern Canada. Today, it protects an outstanding and representative example of Canada's Northern Boreal Plains.

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What people are saying?

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    Amazing park. Recommend seeing it by canoe. Worth the drive! Best in the late summer/fall but great bird-watching in spring.

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    Joaphat choudlin !!

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    I never been there

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    I had a terrible experience there. not recommended.

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    Good

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The Weather

Sunday

Conditions: Clear
Temp: 59° F / 15° C
Humidity: 58 %
Wind: West - 10 MPH

Monday

Conditions: Overcast
Temp: 56° F / 13° C
Humidity: 54 %
Wind: SE - 10 MPH

Tuesday

Conditions: Chance of Rain
Temp: 55° F / 13° C
Humidity: 61 %
Wind: SW - 10 MPH

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