We were in Waskesiu for three days. We canoed The Hang Heart Lakes, Which was fabulous and Waskesiu Lake west of the Narrows, which was very good. We tried the Waskesui River but it was too shallow and scraped up my homemade canoe quite badly. I wouldn't take advice from the visitor centre very seriously. We also did some excellent... 更多
Beautiful place to visit any time of year, but the autumn colours were amazing. There are plenty of nature walks to take, and you won't be swarmed by people while you take advantage of them. Nice, quiet place to visit where sometimes all you can hear is the wind whispering in the treetops.
It has been about 20 years since I last was here. Sure, it has changed, but yet it is still the same. There are lots of amazing hiking trails, if you like. You can go for a swim, sit on the sandy beach - there is lots of that too. Very relaxing.
Being from the states we felt we would experience some of the Canadian national treasures. Upon arriving at the park we drove directly to Waskesiu and spent some time there walking through the town and viewing the lake. It was all very quaint and picturesque. After leaving the town and driving around we found that signage or direction to any... 更多
I recommend this for everyone. Its a wonderful getaway in the Boreal Forest. The Elk roam free, and can bee seen if your lucky enough early in the morning down by the beach water. Lots of awesome hiking trail if that your thing. Or just kick back at the beach and chill for the afternoon. Lots of accommodations provided. With... 更多
We enjoyed the Boundary Bog trail. It is 2 km with 1/3 wooden Boardwalk. The circular trial leads to a small lake. You can ride but need to carry your bike up some steps. Many mozzies so bring repellant. The trail head is just inside the park gates where you pay off 264. Very charming. Mud Creek trail is on... 更多
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.