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Prince Albert National Park

Trail and Facilities Condition Report

May 26, 2016  

  • Spring Conditions. Most trails will have wet and muddy sections. Icy sections may exist.
  • Ski trails will no longer be groomed this season.
  • Trail conditions fluctuate daily depending on the weather.
  • Trails are cleared of fallen trees periodically.
  • Spring flooding may occur. In some cases temporary trail closures may be required.

Trail Name   Conditions and Comments  

Townsite

Fisher
7.2 km loop
 Use Caution: Construction in Area.

Red Deer Blue
5.2 km loop

 Spring conditions.

Red Deer Red
8.1 km loop

 Spring conditions.
Red Deer Yellow
5.8 km loop
 Spring conditions.

 Highway #264

Boundary Bog
2.0 km loop
 Spring conditions.

 Kingsmere Road  

Waskesiu River
2.5 km loop
 Spring conditions.
Narrows Peninsula
3.0 km loop
 Spring conditions.
Kingsmere River
1.5 km one-way
 Spring conditions.
Grey Owl
20.0 km one-way
 Spring conditions.

 Narrows Road

Mud Creek Trail
3 km loop
 Spring conditions.
Treebeard
1.2 km loop
 Spring conditions.

 Scenic Route #263

Shady Lake
1.7 km loop
 Spring conditions.
Height-of-Land Tower
15 m tower
 Spring conditions.
Freight Tait Springs
2 km one way
 Spring conditions.
Spruce River Highlands
8.5 km loop
 Spring conditions.
Elk Trail
To Fish Lake
13 km one way
 Spring conditions.
Elk Trail
Fish Lake to Camp Lake
3 km one way
 Spring conditions.

 Cookson Road

Hunters Lake
12.0 km one-way
 Spring conditions.
West Side Boundary
37.5 km one-way
 Spring conditions.

 West Side

Amyot Lake
15.5 km loop
 Spring conditions.

Trail Descriptions:

Safety:

  • Emergency 911
  • Parks Canada Dispatch (24 Hours) 1-877-852-3100  
  • Trails are not patrolled, please ensure you are self-reliant.  
  • Watch for deadfall.
  • Use caution on boardwalk and stairs.
  • Do not rely on your cell/satellite phone to get you out of trouble. Coverage is variable throughout the Park. 
  • For more information and tips to ensure a safe experience visit the Prince Albert National Park Visitor Safety Page.

Information:

  • For more information contact the Prince Albert National Park Visitor Centre.
  • Park entry permits can be purchased at the Visitor Centre.
  • To maintain a high quality of service during your visits throughout the year, park entry fees are in place. Fees are invested back into facilities and services that for visitors to enjoy.    
  • Please register at the Visitor Centre for all overnight backcountry trips.
  • Check road conditions at 1-888-335-7623 or online.
  • Check weather conditions.