Things to do for Active Kids in Northwest Territories with kids

Children have a lot of energy….that’s what we LOVE about them…so it’s natural to look for things to do with active kids who just want to get active.

Look no further than Northwest Territories!  Active kids in Northwest Territories have SO many choices…they won’t know where to start! 

This wonderful state not only has places for kids to use up that energy, but the whole family. Activities such as indoor climbing are the perfect way to spend time together as a family. Why not try and get that hole in one with Mini Golf? STRIKE…you must have found the ten pin bowling! 

Finding great places to visit with children can be hard, but not in Northwest Territories - and not with Family Days Out!

Get ready to return home exhausted, because there is kids fun around every corner….and you will be part of it!

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  • Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures

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    Yellowknife

    Half day, full day and longer trips in the Northern Territories, including fishing, hiking, bird watching, and those famous northern lights!

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  • Arctic Adventure Tours

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    Inuvik

    Amazing adventure tours from Inuvik, from snowmobiling, husky kennel tours, and dogsledding!

  • Becks Kennels

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    Yellowknife

    Incredible tours in Yellowknife! Running all year round, kids can enjoy tours ranging from the northern lights to dog sledding.

  • Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

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    Yellowknife

    Explore the heritage of the Northwest Territories with collections include paintings, sculptures, clothing, hunting and working tools, geological samples and more!

  • Arctic Nature Tours

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    Inuvik

    Explore the unique flora and fauna with Arctic Nature Tours.

  • Aulavik National Park

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    Sachs Harbour

    The park encompasses a variety of landscapes from fertile river valleys to polar deserts, buttes and badlands, rolling hills, and bold seacoasts. At the heart of Aulavik is the Thomsen River, which ...

  • Ivvavik National Park

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    Inuvik

    This is the first national park in Canada to be created as a result of an aboriginal land claim agreement. The park protects a portion of the calving grounds of the Porcupine caribou herd and ...

  • Nahanni National Park Reserve

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    Fort Simpson

    Offering the adventurous visitor a wilderness experience. A key feature of the park is the Naha Dehé (South Nahanni River). Four great canyons line this spectacular whitewater river. The park's ...

  • Tuktut Nogait National Park

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    Paulatuk

    This remote park is located 170 kilometres north of the arctic circle and is home to the Bluenose West caribou herd, wolves, grizzly bears, muskoxen, arctic char, and a high density of raptors. The

  • Hidden Lake Territorial Park

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    Yellowknife

    A stunning water based, undeveloped park, with back country camping, trails, and day use options!

  • The Legislative Assembly Building

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    Yellowknife

    Explore a stunning building of importance in Yellowknife, with free guided tours over summer, and history to learn!

  • Northern Arts and Cultural Centre

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    Yellowknife

    Introduce kids to live theatre with a range of productions, as well as workshops and events!