Prince Albert National Park offers an easily accessible camping experience for everyone! Within the park there are 5 front-country, vehicle accessible campgrounds for you to find that perfect camping spot. From fully serviced RV campsites located in the heart of Waskesiu to the tranquillity of lake side tenting at Namekus Lake, you can enjoy your camping experience your way in Prince Albert National Park.

Campground #
Sites
Reserve Serviced Toilet Shower Sani
Dump
Fire
Pits
Potable Water
Beaver Glen 200 100% Electricity Flush yes yes yes yes
Red Deer 161 100% Electricity, Water and sewer Flush yes no no yes
The Narrows 85 - Unserviced Flush / Pit no yes yes yes
Namekus Lake 21 - Unserviced Pit no no yes no
Sandy Lake 31 - Unserviced Pit no no yes no

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

If you would like 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 you have a reservation between Labour Day and Thanksgiving, please 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 of your 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.

Camping Safety, Regulations, and Etiquette

Basic information

Please familiarise yourself with the camping regulations and proper campground etiquette to ensure that you and others enjoy the best possible camping experience. For additional information on campground regulations and etiquette please speak with the campground kiosk attendant or contact the Prince Albert National Park Visitor Centre.

  • Campers must agree to abide by all campground rules and regulations as provided at time of registration.
  • Maximum length of stay at a campsite is 21 days. After 21 days visitors must move to a new site. Note: the maximum length of stay at a site in the Narrows Campground is one month.
  • Unoccupied Campsite - In the instances where a tent or trailer is unoccupied for 48 hours or a campsite is vacant for 24 hours, camping permits can be cancelled and equipment removed.
  • Alcohol restrictions at all front country campgrounds (Red Deer excluded) on all spring/summer long weekends. See the Prince Albert National Park Important Bulletins for more details.
  • Campsite capacity is 6 persons (unless a family unit consists of adults with dependent children)
  • Maximum of two vehicles per site and must be kept on the gravel pad.
  • One wheeled camping unit plus one tent, OR two tents allowed per site. Red Deer Campground sites must include one wheeled camping unit utilizing the services provided. No additional camping units are permitted on the oTENTik sites.
  • All equipment and vehicles must be placed on the site, not in trees or on the roadway.
  • A person may be registered to only one site at any time.
  • Camping permits are non-transferable.
  • Check out time is 11:00 am the day of departure.
  • Park staff may enter your site to check for unattended wildlife attractants and which may be secured by parks staff to reduce the public safety risk. Items not claimed within 48 hours will be considered abandoned. Food items will be disposed of and non-food items will be placed into the Lost & Found at the Visitor Centre.
Reservation System No-Show Policy

Reservation System No-Show Policy - If you have not checked-in at the campground by 11:00 a.m. the day after your scheduled day of arrival, and if you have not contacted the park to inform them of your late arrival, you will be deemed a “No-Show”. Your reservation will be cancelled and your campsite will be made available to other guests.

Quiet hours

Quiet hours are 11pm to 7am. No excessive noise at any time.

Campfires

A fire permit is required to have a campfire at your campsite. Fires are permitted only in the fire pits provided in your campsite. Only burn the wood provided at designated wood piles. Collecting and burning forest material from around your campsite is prohibited.

Pets

Pets are permitted in campgrounds but must be under physical control at all times and never left unattended.

Generators

Generator use allowed in front-country campgrounds from 10am to 6pm only and must be placed on the gravel pad. Generator use is prohibited in all backcountry campgrounds at all times.

Camping Safety

A clean campsite, free of animal attractants is the best way to prevent wildlife conflicts in campgrounds. An animal attractant is any item that has an odour or may be visually associated with food. Food items, personal hygiene products, dirty dishes, pet food, garbage, even an empty cooler are all examples of an animal attractant.

  • When not being used, these items should be stored in a secure location such as your RV, vehicle or designated storage facility provided by Parks Canada.
  • Never store wildlife attractants or prepare food in a soft sided shelter such as a tent or oTENTik.
  • Promptly dispose of all garbage and/or recycling into containers provided.

Ensuring you are familiar with your equipment and are prepared for changes in weather are additional ways to plan for a safe camping trip. For more information and tips to ensure a safe camping experience visit the Prince Albert National Park Visitor Safety Page.