Plan your visit
Prince Albert National Park
In the park, the town of Waskesiu Lake offers a full range of accommodation, including camping, hotels and cabin rentals. From May to September the town offers additional dining and retail outlets.
Things to do, trails, tours, programs, camping, wildlife watching and more
Facilities and campground hours of operation.
Types of accommodations, oTENTiks and nearby accommodations.
Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Make a reservation for campsites, accommodations and select activities
Make your trip a safe one by checking the latest conditions.
Maps, visitor guide.
Seasonal and local weather, and trends
Community services, tourism information.
Accessible trails, camping, facilities and experiences.
Administration and maintenance within the Town of Waskesiu Lake
Help us keep the national park community clean and safe.
Important bulletins, trail conditions, weather, seasonal safety, park regulations.
What to know before travel: facilities, roads, bridges, trails, and visitor facility improvements.
Visitor Centre, parking, restrooms, beaches, picnic area.
Directions and distances to Prince Albert National Park by air and car.
PO Box 100
SK S0J 2Y0
Most visitors choose to use the small lakeside town of Waskesiu, located within the park, as a base for exploration. A full range of accommodation, from hotels to cabins and campsites is available in town. From Waskesiu, roads and trails lead to lakes and backcountry terrain.
Regina, Saskatoon and Calgary all have international airports that are serviced by major national and international carriers. Major car rental agencies operate out of the Saskatoon International airport.
The park is accessible by Highways #2 and #264 (approximately 90km north of Prince Albert) or the Scenic Route - Highway #263, all of which are paved, year-round roads.
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