Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada is located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River and, too many, it is referred to as the "Gateway to the North". To the north of the city is a vast landscape of adventure covered in lakes, rivers, forests, marshes and populated by many species of wildlife.
Activities and attractions most enjoyed in and around Prince Albert and the surrounding areas includes wind sailing, kite surfing, boating, water skiing, fishing, horseback riding, golfing, biking, hiking, backpacking, birdwatching, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, atving, camping and cross country skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, dog sledding and ice fishing.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Prince Albert, Saskatchewan includes the Prince Albert National Park, Prince Albert Rotary Trail, Kristi Lake Nature Trail, Candle Lake Provincial Park, Kinsmen Park, Kiwanis Nature Trail, Meadow Lake Provincial Park, Little Red River Park, Great Blue Heron Provincial Park, and Mair Park.
Travel services and amenities important to travelers in and around Prince Albert, Saskatchewan includes accommodations (hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, fly fishing resorts, outfitter camps, cottages, inns), campgrounds, tours, guides, restaurants, laundromat, coffee shops, grocery stores, pubs, liquor stores, casino, gas stations, gift stores, and transportation services including taxi, bus, car rentals and the Glass Field Airport.
The most visited natural sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Prince Albert, Saskatchewan includes the John G. Diefenbaker House, Prince Albert Arts Centre, Evolution of Education Museum, Blockhouse, Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections, Keyhole Castle, Grey Owl Cabin, Prince Albert Historical Society Museum, and the 1914 Sacred Heart Cathedral.