Maps and Brochures
Wood Buffalo National Park
Multiple wildfires are actively burning throughout Wood Buffalo National Park. Now is not the time to visit.
There are several area and road closures in place, due to fire operations, active wildfires and unsafe conditions in burned-over areas. Get more information on fires in the park here and related closures here.
Travel is not recommended along the Pine Lake Road. Significant downfall from windy conditions is impacting the road. Fire remains active along portions of the road. Hay Camp Road is closed. There is a NO STOPPING area on Pine Lake Road from Salt River Bridge (Park boundary) to the junction with Parsons Lake Road.
Overview of Wood Buffalo National Park
Hiking trails, campgrounds and facilities around Pine Lake
Hiking trails around Salt River Day Use Area
Salt Plains Lookout Area
Pine Lake Campground and Recreation Area Map
Wood Buffalo National Park Visitor Guide is a guide with a map of key points-of-interest and facilities in Wood Buffalo National Park. It also includes activity suggestions, and some important safety information. Download the PDF version available here (PDF 1,543 KB)
Black Bear Country Safety Guide gives you tips on how to avoid black bear encounters and the skills to handle an encounter if it occurs. Bears roam freely in the park but with the right precautions, you will not bother one another. Download the PDF version available here (PDF 326 KB)
The Far North Within Reach is a trip itinerary and suggested route for road travelers going north from Edmonton, AB… “(It’s) the journey, not the destination (that) matters...” ― T.S. Eliot. Download the PDF version available here (PDF452 KB)
The Pine Lake Campground and Recreation Area leaflet provides an overview and map of the amenities at Pine Lake. It also has important information on etiquette and regulations for the Campground and facilities. Download the PDF version available here (PDF 608 KB)
Wood Buffalo Dark Sky Preserve: A View to the Infinite answers questions from, “So what is a dark sky preserve anyways?” to “When is the best time of year to see the northern lights?” Not only that, you get to know where the observation sites are and how we celebrate during the Dark Sky Festival. Most importantly, you leave with a sense of why the night sky is so important. Download the PDF version available here (PDF 5,192 KB.)
The information in our brochures can also be found on this website. If you have more questions contact our friendly visitor reception centre.
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