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Prince Albert National Park of Canada

Where to Stay

A family roasts marshmallows outside their oTENTik in Prince Albert National Park’s Beaver Glen Campground.
© Parks Canada

Whether you prefer luxury, roughing it in the bush, or something in-between, there is a wide range of accommodation styles in and around Prince Albert National Park. From commercial resorts to national park campgrounds, there are numerous seasonal and year-round options to match every preference.

Front-country Campgrounds

Located throughout the park are a number of vehicle accessible campgrounds, each with its own unique character and opportunities. From peaceful lakeside tenting at Namekus Lake to full service RV camping in the heart of Waskesiu, you’ll find a campground experience tailored to your needs in Prince Albert National Park.

Backcountry Campgrounds

Immersing yourself in the great Canadian wilderness is an unforgettable way to experience Prince Albert National Park. If you like to get away from it all, you can hike or paddle to one of 14 designated backcountry campgrounds in the heart of nature, with basic services to support your adventure.


Parks Canada oTENTik cabins in Beaver Glen Campground offer an easy and relaxing family camping experience. The oTENTik, exclusive to Parks Canada, is a spacious blend of a tent and an A-frame cabin equipped with beds and furniture on a raised floor.

Hotels, suites, and cabins

Would you like to explore the wilderness of a national park without missing any of the comforts of home? The town of Waskesiu offers visitors a variety of commercial accommodations. For more information visit the Waskesiu Chamber of Commerce.