Saskatchewan Provincial Parks
Feel the tug of the fishing line. Roast a marshmallow over a crackling fire. Spot some wildlife on a hiking trail. Reconnect with family, friends and nature. Summer or winter, Saskatchewan’s Provincial Parks have the space and the activity perfect for the vacation you'll never forget.
Each park or site provides an opportunity to experience a different part of Saskatchewan’s heritage, including the solitude of a northern forest, the comforts of a modern resort, or the experience of walking in the steps of those who came before us.
Prince Albert National Park
Whether your idea of adventure is portaging a canoe between remote forest lakes or a day of pulse-racing waterskiing and wakeboarding, Prince Albert National Park satisfies with a mix of wilderness and accessibility.
Hit the beach or get on the water in Waskesiu, the lakeside town that serves as the park’s hub. Or leave civilization behind as you hike, explore backcountry lakes and maybe even spot wild bison.
Saskatchewan has the most golf courses in Canada/per capita, at prices that won't break the bank. From links style to carved out of the natural forests, there is something for all golfers, pros and duffers alike.