Top Things To Do in Prince Albert National Park (PANP)
With some of northern Saskatchewan’s most striking lakes and wilderness, PANP is the place to be for watersports such as canoeing, fishing and paddle boarding.
Zip through the Boreal Forest
Step out of your comfort zone and take a leap, literally! Sail forty feet above the forest floor on seven different ziplines with the newly opened Eco Adventures 306 Collective at Elk Ridge Resort.
The “Wild West” takes on a whole new meaning when you visit Sturgeon River Ranch. Horseback riding through PANP brings you up close to Canada’s only free-ranging wild Plains bison still within their historic range.
Camp or Glamp it Up
Your friends want to go camping, but you don’t like to rough it. Problem? Not really. They can camp while you “glamp” in an oTENTik, Parks Canada’s cross between a tent and a rustic cabin.
**Please Note: Due to dry conditions in northern Saskatchewan there is currently a fire ban in effect within Prince Albert National Park. Check with park staff prior to visiting for the most up to date conditions.**