From an ancient hunting site that provided a bottleneck
into which Aboriginal people could drive the wood buffalo to a proud
Metis community, Buffalo Narrows has been a center of human activity
for centuries. The community is nestled in the forests and lakes
of what was the heart of voyageur and fur trade country in the northwest.
Buffalo Narrows offers scenic beauty and serenity, yet is located
on a paved highway courtesy twentieth century man. This affords
a visitor the chance to take some time to explore the area, meet
the local residents, and discover the rich and diverse natural beauty
found in the area.
From the majestic waters of two magnificent lakes that come
together at the Narrows to the beautiful forests surrounding the
large source waters of the Churchill River this is a beautiful land.
The narrows was always a choice location among the people who lived
here for countless generations before the incursion of European
settlers, it offered them some of the best hunting and fishing in
From it's founding to the present day, the area's greatest
wealth has been its lakes and forests, which continue to provide
rich harvests. But there is more than that aspect of 'resource wealth'
to the community, for Buffalo Narrows is indeed a community with
a human heritage and we welcome those who would seek to know more
A History of Buffalo
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