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Prince Albert National Park is in central Saskatchewan, 232 kilometres north of Saskatoon, along Highway 2 (approximately 2.5 hours by car). The City of Prince Albert is 91 km south of the park (approximately one hour by car).
Most visitors choose to use the small lakeside town of Waskesiu, located within the park, as a base for exploration. A full range of accommodation, from hotels to cabins and campsites is available in town. From Waskesiu, roads and trails lead to lakes and backcountry terrain.
PO Box 100
Waskesiu Lake SK S0J 2Y0
The park is accessible by Highways #2 and #264 (approximately 90km north of Prince Albert) or the Scenic Route - Highway #263, all of which are paved, year-round roads.
Free admission for youth. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list