Whether you visit in springtime to walk the trails and watch for the first migratory birds returning, in summer for the beach and lake in the town site of Waskesiu, in autumn to horseback ride on the west side of the park in search of plains bison, or in winter to cross-country ski and listen to the sound of wolves howling, Prince Albert National Park is sure to delight.


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Features

Hours of operation

Open all year round
Some services and facilities are open only during the summer season
Complete schedule

Fees

Free admission for youth. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Contact us

Phone number: 306-663-4522
Phone number: +1 (888) 773-8888 (Toll-free)
Email address: Send an email

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Parks Canada’s sites nearby

  • Batoche National Historic Site

    Experience life as a Métis settler in the village community of Batoche and discover the history of the last battle of the Northwest Rebellion/Resistance of 1885, scene of Louis Riel’s last stand.

  • Eleven flags.
    Fort Battleford National Historic Site

    Uncover the central but little-known role of Fort Battleford in the Conflict of 1885. Discover the stories of the First Nations, Métis, North West Mounted Police, and settlers in these difficult times.

  • Elk Island National Park

    Experience first-hand the story of the bison and how it was saved from near extinction at Elk Island National Park, where an active conservation program replenishes herds around the world.