The wilderness of central Saskatchewan—grasslands, boreal forests, rolling aspen parkland and pristine lakes—becomes accessible in the 3,875-square-kilometre Prince Albert National Park.
Popular hiking and canoe routes thread through a string of backcountry lakes and campsites, including the hallowed cabin of turn-of-the-century conservationist and author Grey Owl. Camp in aspen and tamarack forests and see wildlife like rare plains bison and white pelicans. Choose your experience: on the wild side, mellow, or anything in between.
The resort town of Waskesiu Lake serves as a convenient base, offering visitors easy access to long, sandy beaches, swimming, boating (both motorized and non-motorized), and other activities, plus a wide range of dining and accommodation options.
For more information and to plan your next trip, visit parkscanada.gc.ca/princealbert.