The Dempster Highway serves as a boundary for the 8,800 hectare park and connects visitors to two campgrounds, two day use areas and a
scenic lookout. The park is home to a number of natural wonders of the Mackenzie Delta region: limestone cliffs, rare arctic plant communities,
migratory bird staging areas and Campbell Lake, an excellent example of a reversing delta. The following five sites are within the park and offer day use or camping facilities: Vadzaih Van Tshik Campground, Tithegeh Chii Vitaii Lookout, Gwich’in Territorial Campground, Ehjuu NJik Day Use Area, Nihtak Day Use Area.