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Touring northern Saskatchewan we went to the park to show to visiting relatives from the UK. We were very impressed with how clean the park was, the maintenance of the facilities and roads, the marina and the vast number of scenic points
The park is gorgeous and well-maintained. The lake and beaches are lovely, wildlife abounds, the campgrounds are great, canoeing is wonderful. I can't say enough about how lovely the park is. It is a bit expensive (close to $100 for three nights of camping + fire). But... This would be a no-brainer five-star review except for the swarms of flies... 更多
We were visiting family in Saskatoon and decided to take the two and a half hour drive to the Prince Alfred National Park and Waskesiu Lake. This is an area of natural beauty. Clean, green and a wonderful expanse of water. There is an abundance of outdoor activities available including boating, swimming, windsailing, cycling, walking, hiking ec.
couple from ontario visits their first saskatchewan national park. great trees and lakes. went in may so bugs werent terrible. HWY 263 under construction and terrible driving unless you have a truck. saw some wildlife (deer, elk, red squirrel, birds) did a few short hikes (Treebeard, Height of Land, Mudcreek) wanted to check out Amyot Lake on the last day... 更多
There's no possible way to do everything in the park in even a lifetime! My entire youth is full of memories and adventure within the park. The fishing is excellent, the hikes and sightseeing adventures are plentiful, and the town of Waskesui has events all summer long that are worth attending.
Highly recommend a weekend or a whole week here. My family has been coming here nearly every single summer for 17years and it never disappoints. Whether you are looking for an adventure packed holiday of hiking and animal watching or low key relaxation on the beach and shopping this place has it all. Gorgeous views, great little shops and beaches,... 更多
I’ve only been to a handful of National Parks in Canada (ultimate goal is to visit every last one of them), but this one stands out as a different experience. I visited twice while living in Prince Albert for four months in the dead of winter as part of the now defunct Katimavik program. As is typical in the Northern... 更多
We went as a couple, with two large dogs and went front country camping (tent). Because it was early in the season there were about ten occupied campground in total. So very quiet, isolated and relaxing. We had a site right behind a bathroom so that was very convenient-the bathroom was almost cleaner than a hotel. The floor, toilets, showers... 更多