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Welcome! You are viewing an archived issue of SaskSecrets, Tourism Saskatchewan's Online Newsletter, from September 2013. To read the current issue of SaskSecrets, click here

New to Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park is an amazing place to visit any time of the year, but late summer or early fall are especially great because the crowds are smaller and there aren’t many bugs!  

Our travel bloggers had a chance to visit the park in early September to take advantage of the gorgeous weather and to stay in the newly opened oTENTiks. These camping accommodations are a cross between a tent and an A-frame cabin. Raised off the ground with comfy beds that sleep up to six each of the 10 oTENTiks, in the R loop of the Beaver Glen Campground, has a propane heater and they are perfect for late season camping. You can make reservations now and all you have to do is bring your personal belongings, a sleeping bag and a pillow. Then you can cook your meals over the camp fire and gaze at the sky full of stars before heading off to bed for a good night’s sleep.

Prince Albert National Park and area is full of great things to do for all ages; paddle boarding, hiking, canoeing, wildlife viewing, and golfing are a few things you can do at this time of year. Be sure to stop by the Visitor Centre and talk to the knowledgeable staff to make sure you don’t miss anything!

To see more pictures and read about our bloggers travels click here.