Reservations can be requested beginning at 8:00am on 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.
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Spring is just around the corner and it’s time to plan your classroom visit to Prince Albert National Park!
Bring your classroom outside for a hands on adventure in Prince Albert National Park. Parks Canada interpreters will transform the Saskatchewan curriculum into an unforgettable learning experience your students will enjoy. School programs are available from May 20th to June 16th and September 8th to October 9th, 2015.
We invite you to register for school programs between April 21th and April 28th - first come, first serve! Due to demand, any bookings received after April 28th will be deferred to fall 2015 or spring 2016.
Call 306-663-4511 or email email@example.com to make arrangements for your booking.
Back by Popular demand!
“Bison Boot Camp!” is back due to the 2014 successful pilot of this curriculum- linked interactive program. Students march to the orders of Sergeant Bibi, Queen of the Herd to learn first-hand the important role bison and national parks play in a healthy grassland ecosystem.
Learn more about our School programs here.
Rob Clarke, Member of Parliament for Desnethé—Missinippi announces new investments for Prince Albert National Park.
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On March 6, 2015, Rob Clarke, Member of Parliament for Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River, on behalf of the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of the Environment and Minister Responsible for Parks Canada, announced infrastructure projects in Prince Albert National Park. These projects are the result of an investment by the Government of Canada in our natural and cultural heritage to support infrastructure work in our national historic sites, national parks and national marine conservation area.
The Government of Canada is making an investment of $220,000 to lay asphalt and make repairs to flood-damaged Highway 263, $2.7 million in repairs to flood damage on Cookson road, and $270,000 in funding to repair slope destabilization threatening the Nature Centre, a federally protected heritage building. A combined total of $3.21 million is intended for these three projects alone.
Read more on the official news release.