It's a great spot to stop for a short break when on a road trip to/from Northwest Territories. Located on the border with Alberta, just off the highway and easily visible, so you can't miss it. There's a small visitor centre with free tea and coffee, quite nice and clean restrooms and some picnic tables and benches for some rest. The parking lot is quite spacious, will easily fit RVs or trailers here. The only problem is that the picnic tables as well as the parking are out in the open and don't get much shade; if you need to get some power nap while driving, you will be in full sun here. Also great spot for family to snap a picture with a statue of a bison (drive further 200km up north to meet them in person while they walk along the highway) and to get a photo in front of a huge and colourful "Welcome to NWT" sign - each would be a great souvenir from the North of 60. Highly recommended, even if only to snap some pictures in 5 minutes!
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