Frontcountry campgrounds - Vehicle accessible
Prince Albert National Park offers an easily accessible frontcountry camping experience with five vehicle accessible campgrounds. From fully serviced RV campsites located in the heart of Waskesiu to the tranquility of lake side tenting at Namekus Lake, enjoy a tailored camping experience in Prince Albert National Park.
* Review all camping safety, regulations and etiquette before departure.
|Red Deer||161||100%||Electricity, Water and sewer||Flush||yes||no||no||yes|
|The Narrows||85||-||Unserviced||Flush / Pit||no||yes||yes||yes|
Parks Canada Reservation Service
Reserve by phone:
Call 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783). Available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. local park time
Outside of North America: (519) 826-5391
For more general information, please call the Parks Canada national information line at 1-888-773-8888.
Note: Most campground kiosks close on Labour Day. If a reservation begins between Labour Day and Thanksgiving, call the Visitor Centre at 306-663-4522 for kiosk hours of operation.
Beaver Glen Campground
Nestled in the boreal forest on the outskirts of Waskesiu, Beaver Glen Campground offers a wilderness setting with easy and convenient access to all the amenities in the town of Waskesiu.
Red Deer Campground
Within short walking distance to the core/centre of Waskesiu, Red Deer Campground is designed for RV's and trailers up to 35 feet, and will accommodate all vacation needs.
The Narrows Campground
Located within walking distance of the Narrows Marina on the western shore of Waskesiu Lake, Narrows Campground offers a variety of campsites perfect for large RVs or small tents.
Namekus Lake Campground
Located 10 km south of Waskesiu off of Highway #263, Namekus Lake Campground is situated on the western shore of Namekus lake and offers easy access to excellent fishing, canoeing and kayaking.
Sandy Lake Campground
Located 35 km south of Waskesiu off of Highway #263, Sandy Lake Campground is situated on the eastern shore of Sandy Lake, within a mature forest of spruce, fir and aspen trees.