Nature and science

Prince Albert National Park

At the heart of the Province of Saskatchewan, Prince Albert National Park’s protects 3,875 km2 of Canada’s Southern Boreal Plains and Plateaux natural region. The park’s southwest corner is in the boreal transition eco-region, while the remainder of the park is considered mid-boreal upland.


Come discover this natural environment for yourself – you’ll see why it was so critical to protect it and why this territory warranted being designated a national park.

Discover unique features


The aquatic environments and diversified forest makes the park a habitat for a multitude of animals.


Parks Canada is dedicated to maintaining the ecological integrity of Prince Albert National Park and sharing this significant example of Canadian heritage with all Canadians.

Conservation projects

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