thaidene nene national park reserve
Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve was established in 2019 to protect the East Arm region of Great Slave Lake. The park reserve offers many outstanding destinations for floatplane excursions and boasts world-class sportfishing for lake trout, arctic grayling and other species. Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve was recently featured by the New York Times in its "52 Places for a Changed World" listing of ethical tourism destinations.
Activities within the park reserve are subject to rules and regulations administered by Parks Canada. An aircraft access permit is required for all take-offs and landings and a national park fishing permit is required for sportfishing. The information sheet opposite provides details applicable to floatplane access, visitor registration, and activities permitted in the park reserve. For additional information, refer to the Parks Canada website or follow the quick links in the adjacent box.