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Inuujaarvik Territorial Park - Travel Nunavut

Inuujaarvik Territorial Park

Inuujaarvik Territorial Park (campground) provides a pleasant place to camp when visiting Baker Lake. It is ideal for canoeists touring the Thelon and Kazan Heritage Rivers who wish to check out the arts and crafts the hamlet is famous for, to visit the Inuit Heritage Centre, or to locate an outfitter who can take them fishing.

Getting Here


Getting to the community of Baker Lake


First Air and Calm Air have regular scheduled flights from Iqaluit to Rankin Inlet and then on to Baker Lake. Baker Lake is also serviced by airlines arriving — via Rankin Inlet — from Winnipeg, Churchill and Yellowknife.

Iqaluit is reached from Ottawa and Montreal on First Air and Canadian North. Yellowknife is reached from Calgary and Edmonton on First Air, Canadian North, Air Canada and WestJet. Rankin Inlet is reached from Winnipeg on Calm Air and First Air.

Getting to the Park


Inuujaarvik Territorial Park is located along Airport Road between the airport and the community of Baker Lake. It is marked on the map inside the airport. For more information, check the Nunavut Parks website.

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