The only village in the Prince Albert National Park providing services like groceries, gas, restaurants, gift stores, equipment rental, accommodations and more.
The Red Deer Trail is a 17 kilometre community recreation pathway system exploring the Village of Waskesiu in the Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Birch Bay is a popular destination with a long sandy beach, grass lawns and a large day use picnic area popular for swimming, sunbathing and boating activity.
The Waskesiu River Trail is a 2.5 kilometre loop trail exploring an aspen forest and meadow in the Prince Albert National Park. The first 0.4 kilometres of the trail is wheelchair and baby stroller friendly leading to lookouts and views of the river.
The Narrows is a popular destination in the park. There is a campground, full service marina, grass lawns, small beach and a boat launch for canoes, water skiing and kayaking.
A sandy beach destination on the shores of Waskesiu Lake popular for picnicking, swimming, sunbathing and many views of recreational boating activities.
The Shady Lake Trail is a 1.7 kilometre loop trail exploring forests and visiting the shores of Shady Lake and a lookout platform. From the Shady Lake Trail is a 2 kilometre one-way access trail leading to a 10 metre tall tower viewpoint. Tower can be reached from a shorter trail from Hwy#263.
The Kingsmere Trail is a 3 kilometre hiking adventure along the banks of the Kingsmere River and the Grey Owl Trail (accessed from the Kingsmere Trail) is a 20 kilometre backpacking adventure leading to the historic cabin of Grey Owl (a famous Canadian conservationists).
The trail is an 8.5 loop trail exploring forests and rolling hills north of Spruce River. The 10 metre high tower is only 0.5 kilometres from the parking lot and provides views of the river and Anglin Lake.
A 1.2 kilometre interpretive loop trail exploring a forest of trees (some of the oldest and largest trees in the Prince Albert National Park), a creek and hiking on a tiered hill slope.
A long sandy beach on the shores of Waskesiu Lake with views of King Island. The local First Nation people once called the island, "Devils Island". Beach destination ideal for picnicking, launching a canoe or kayak and for birdwatching.