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Prince Albert National Park

Setting up camp in a front-country campground
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Front-country Campgrounds - Vehicle accessible

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Campground Reservation Service

Reservations can be requested beginning April 8th, 2015. Site specific reservations are available for the Beaver Glen and Red Deer campgrounds for camping dates between May 15 and October 13, 2015.

Campground kiosks close on Labour Day. If you have a reservation between Labour Day and Thanksgiving, please register at the Visitor Centre during regular Hours of operation. If you have any questions please call the Visitor Centre at 306-663-4522.

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Otentik Tents (Ready-to-Camp Tents)


Summer season is mid May to early October, weather dependent.

Liquor restriction in effect for summer long weekends

Pursuant to Section 13(b) of the National Parks Camping Regulations, of the Canada National Parks Act, the possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages is hereby prohibited on summer long weekends in all front-country campgrounds with exception of Red Deer campground.

The policy is in effect from 8 a.m. on the first day until 6 p.m. on the last day.

Waskesiu Townsite

Two campgrounds are located within Waskesiu.

Red Deer Campground 

This campground is within short walking distance to shops and restaurants, hiking trails, a scenic beachfront complete with swimming, picnic area, playground, disc golf, soccer pitch, ball diamond and washroom/change facilities. Designed for RV's and trailers up to 35 ft, this campground will accommodate all of your vacation needs.

  • 100% reservable
  • 161 pull-thru sites
  • Power, water, sewer hookups and picnic table at each site
  • Washrooms with hot showers, flush toilets

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Beaver Glen Campground 

Tucked along the edge of Waskesiu's townsite, this campground offers a wilderness setting. Only a few minutes’ walk or drive and you are in the heart of the resort community with all amenities within your reach. A variety of site types and sizes are offered to accommodate tents and trailers up to 27 feet / 8.5 metres. R-Loop is home to ten (10) oTENTiks, a spacious blend of a tent and an A-frame cabin equipped with beds and furniture on a raised floor. Sit around the campfire at night surrounded by a canopy of spruce boughs and starlit skies.

  • 100% reservable
  • 108 electrical (back-in) sites
  • 92 unserviced (back-in) sites
  • Picnic table and firepit at each campsite
  • Washrooms with hot showers, flush toilets
  • Camp Kitchens centrally located
  • Water taps throughout the campground
  • Firewood (permit required)
  • RV dump stations
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Narrows Campground

Travel 5 km south of Waskesiu townsite on Highway #263, then northwest 20 km on the Narrows Road. Campsites situated within a mature forest of spruce, fir and aspen trees. The area provides many opportunities for hiking, swimming, boating or canoeing, wildlife viewing and picnicking. 

  • Self-registration
  • 87 unserviced sites with fire pits and picnic tables
  • Washrooms-cold running water, flush toilets
  • Water taps
  • RV dump station
  • Firewood (permit required)
  • Marina Services-watercraft rentals, storage/moorage, launch
  • Fish cleaning station
  • Camp kitchen and day use area by lakefront
  • Buoyed swim area 
  • Trails nearby 

Namekus Lake Campground

Located 10 km south of Waskesiu Townsite off of Highway #263. Campsites located close to the shores of the lake within a mature forest. Excellent fishing, canoeing and kayaking.

  • Self-registration
  • 15 back-in sites and 6 walk-in sites along a beach ridge
  • Fire pits and picnic table at each site
  • Pit toilets
  • Camp kitchen and day use area by lakefront
  • Non-motorized watercraft only

Sandy Lake Campground

Located 35 km south of the Waskesiu Townsite off of Highway #263. Located in close proximity to the eastern shoreline of Sandy Lake, within a mature forest of spruce, fir and aspen trees.

  • Self-registration
  • 25 back-in sites and 6 walk-in sites.
  • Fire pits and picnic table at each site
  • Pit toilets
  • Camp kitchen and day use area by lakefront
  • Boat launch
  • Buoyed swim area
  • Fish cleaning station
  • RV dump station 3 km south