- Has two 1.5 to 2.5 km connected interpretive trail loops. One follows ridge, and the other follows Moose Creek to the Stewart River (Nächo Nyak Gé). The trail goes through open forest to willows on the floodplain. Look for old spruce trees along the ridge.
- The river and creek have popular fishing holes.
- Small ponds mean mosquitoes are common in the summer. They attract birds such as the northern waterthrush, Wilson’s warbler and common yellowthroat.
Bear proof garbage bins
Blue bear-proof recycling bins
Bear proof cache
At least one wheelchair accessible outhouse
At least one wheelchair accessible campsite
Hand pump or water tank provided
Viewing structures or signage about local cultural and natural history
Tent pads or sites available via walking trail