Fred Henne Territorial Park

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Fred Henne Territorial Park is a territorial park in the Northwest Territories of Canada, located on Long Lake near Yellowknife, one of 34 parks maintained by the Northwest Territories government under the Territorial Parks Act of 1988. It is also listed as a Canadian Protected Area. The Park is a termination point of the Frontier Trail, and the Cameron Falls Trail.

The park is named for Fred Henne, a former mayor of Yellowknife.[1]


  1. ^ "Mayors of Yellowknife". Retrieved 1 October 2016. 

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Coordinates: 62°28′16″N 114°25′01″W / 62.47111°N 114.41694°W / 62.47111; -114.41694