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Twin Falls Territorial Park

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Favourite Spot in NWT

Everything about this Campground was excellent; the facilities, the facility operators and... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
Disasterpiece2020
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Fort St. John, Canada
Beautiful Park

The falls are spectacular. The campground is very clean and the staff are friendly and helpful... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2017
Stephanie H
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This beautiful park includes Alexandra Falls, Louise Falls and Escarpment Creek.Alexandra Falls Day Use Area is a dramatically beautiful spot to enjoy a picnic, stroll the boardwalk to Louise Falls or watch Alexandra Fall tumble 32 metres over the...more
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Between Mackenzie Highway and Hay River, Northwest Territories, Canada
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+1 867-394-4411
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

Everything about this Campground was excellent; the facilities, the facility operators and especially the twin falls! The campground is a beauty, our site was private and close to the bathroom/showers. The couple running the grounds were great; locals who knew the area and willing to...More

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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

The falls are spectacular. The campground is very clean and the staff are friendly and helpful. Campsites are fairly open, not very private.

Thank Stephanie H
Reviewed 27 August 2016

I recently visited the “waterfalls route” again and decided to do the short hike between Alexandra and Louise Falls (which we haven’t visited for quite a while). We started with walking down to the river at Alexandra and enjoying the views over there as well...More

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Reviewed 28 July 2016

Beautiful falls, easy hike into see both Alexandra and Louise. Always clean washrooms, easy access with an RV!

2  Thank AnotherRonda
Reviewed 18 July 2016

The views are terrific, but more important was the journey taken by reading the signs. It is best to go from Alexandra Falls toward Escarpment/Louise Falls. However, the trail makes sense from both directions. On the trail are some hidden gems such as a quiet...More

Thank Julie M
Reviewed 21 June 2016

After a long day of travelling to the NWT, this stop over just north of the 60th Parallel, we found this camp site to be well laid out, well maintained facilities and powered with pull through sites. Definitely check out the waterfalls.

Thank Ssute350Oz
Reviewed 16 February 2016

I stopped while driving through to Yellowknife to check out the area. Alexandria Falls is absolutely beautiful, and the best part was being the only one there the entire time. It was relaxing, refreshing, and awesome to just sit and hear and see nothing but...More

Thank Brinkman107
Reviewed 26 October 2015

A quick stop to see the beautiful falls If you are a thrill speaker you can go off the path onto the rocks

Thank sunshineseeker007
Reviewed 14 September 2015

Alexandra is like a mini Niagara Falls. Beautiful day trip while visiting sister-in-law in High Level.

Thank crr243
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Beautiful Place for hiking. Didn't have enough time to cover it all this year so will be back next year to explore the trails and the river.

Thank fox_and_spouse
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