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Accessible Wilderness in Northern Saskatchewan

The lure of Saskatchewan's legendary north lies in its natural beauty. The rolling farmlands of the south surrender to majestic boreal forests and pristine lakes that stretch all the way to the Northwest Territories.

World-class fishing is just one of many outdoor and water adventures waiting for you in the North's accessible wilderness. In the morning, whether you open the door of your luxury resort, raise the blinds of your RV or lift up the flap on your tent, be prepared to be amazed.

The City of Prince Albert is your starting point for explorations north. Prince Albert National Park anchors a surrounding vacation resort area that includes McPhee, Emma, Christopher, Anglin and Candle Lakes. Further west, Meadow Lake Provincial Park has more than 900 campsites and top-notch interpretive programs. North east of Prince Albert, there's superb fishing and whitewater canoeing at Lac La Ronge Provincial Park.