Prince Albert National Park

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Prince Albert National Park is located in central Saskatchewan, Canada. The terrain of this 1,496 sq mi park includes the transition from mixed wood forest to prairie fescue grasslands and wetlands, giving you a great variety of landscapes to enjoy. Inside the national park, the town of Waskesiu Lake provides visitors with campgrounds and fuel as well as dining and shopping during the summer months. Visit the Nature Centre for information and access to the park’s interpretive programs, guided tours, and interactive exhibits. There’s also an extensive trail system throughout the park for hiking and cycling as well as snowshoeing and cross country skiing in winter. And if you’re just looking for great views, there are several scenic drives that showcase the beauty of the park, including Highway 264, Highway 263, Narrows road and Kingsmere road.

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  • Spring 2-37 F
  • Summer 23-49 F
  • Fall 7-39 F
  • Winter -2-10 F
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Park Info
  • Adult: $8.25
  • Senior: $7.25
  • Family/Group: $16.75
  • Children Under 17: $0
Prince Albert National Park Hiking Trails

Prince Albert National Park Hiking Trails

With over 93 miles of hiking trails within Prince Albert National Park, you’ll be able to view the diverse landscapes of grasslands and forests. The 17 trails in the park vary in difficulty and length from short hikes to long backcountry treks. And as a bonus, dogs are welcome on the trails as long as they’re leashed!

Prince Albert National Park Trails

Things to do Outside Prince Albert National Park

Things to do Outside Prince Albert National Park

There's lots to see and do around Prince Albert National Park. Visit the town of Prince Albert to see the Grey Owl Cabin and the Prince Albert Historical Museum.

Or visit some of the other nearby parks for a leisurely stroll like Little Red River Park. Or explore the lakes, rivers, and waterways of Meadow Lake Provincial Park in a canoe or kayak.

During the winter you can cross country ski, snowshoe, or even ride on a dogsled! Local outfitters offer rides and excursions that run from one hour to several days.




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RV Resorts & Campsites near Prince Albert National Park

Beaver Glen Campground. Beaver Glen Campground is located at the edge of Waskesiu and offers 200 back in campsites with 15/30 amp power. All sites are able to be reserved from the Parks Canada website. The campground amenities include washrooms with flush toilets and showers, water taps, a dump station, and kitchen shelters. Red Deer Campground. Red Deer Campground is a short walking distance from Waskesiu and is designed for large RVs and trailers. All 161 pull thorugh sites have full hooks ups with water, sewer, and electric. The campground has washrooms with showers and flush toilets and all spots are reservable through the park website or over the phone. Narrows Campground. Narrows Campground is located in the forest surrounded by aspen, fir, and spruce trees. This rusted campground is best for shorter rigs with a max length of 27ft. Sites are unserviced but there are potable water taps and a dump station at the campground. There are washrooms with flush toilets but no showers. The sites are unable to be reserved and are first come first served only. Namekus Lake Campground. Namekus Lake Campground is located south of Waskesiu off Highway #263 on the shores of Namekus Lake. The campground can only accommodate rigs up to 24ft max and has 24 unserviced campsites. All sites are first come first serve and cannot be reserved. There are pit toilets but no water availability at this campground, so fill up ahead of time. The closest potable water and dump station is at the Baever Glen Campground. Sandy Lake Campground. Sandy Lake Campground is located near the South Gate entrance to Prince Albert National Park along the eastern shore of Sandy Lake. The campground has access to the beach, a boat launch, and picnic shelter, and can accommodate rigs up to 27ft max. There are 25 back in sites that are all unserviced, and all are first come first serve with no reservations available. Note there is no water supply or dump station at this campground, so be prepared to dry camp.

RV Resorts & Campsites near Prince Albert National Park
Find the Best Dumpstations Near Prince Albert National Park

Find the Best Dumpstations Near Prince Albert National Park

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How to get to Prince Albert National Park

How to get to Prince Albert National Park

From the border crossing in Morgan, Montana, head north on US-191 to SK-4 N. Take SK-4N to SK-7 E toward Saskatoon. From there take SK-11 N to SK-2 N to the national park.