Prince Albert National Park
Located in central Saskatchewan, Prince Albert National Park showcases the amazing ecological diversity found in the transition between prairie fescue grasslands and the lakes and wetlands of the mixed wood boreal forest.
Visiting Prince Albert National Park
Things to do, trails, tours, programs, volunteering, camping, wildlife watching and more
How to get here, local attractions, hours of operation, museum, facilities and services.
Types of accommodations, oTENTiks and nearby accommodations.
Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Guided tours, programs, workshops, and learning experiences.
Reservations for campsites, passes and Official merchandise
Important bulletins, trail conditions, weather, seasonal safety, and park regulations.
All Parks Canada places are ‘no drone zones’ for recreational use
Maps, visitor guide.
About Prince Albert National Park
History, culture, cultural landscape, designation information.
Jobs, partners, permits and licenses, public consultations, plans, and policies.
Conservation and science, animals, plants, the environment, and research
Contact Prince Albert National Park
1-888-773-8888 (toll free)
Hours of operation
Open all year round
Some services and facilities are open only during the summer season
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