things to DO

ATV Riding

Looking to get some mud on the tires? The trails are at full throttle from Big River all the way to Lakeland. Enjoy the scenic open terrain and forested zones as you carve through Saskatchewan's lush boreal forests. ATV enthusiasts will find scenic rides through forests, along old logging roads, across open meadows and around glistening lakes. Many of the local ATV tracks double for snowmobiling in the winter.

Beaches in Prince Albert National Park

There is a beach here to suit everyone! From the main beach in Waskesiu with a playground, showers and quick access to the townsite amenities to more secluded areas on Namekus Lake  that can only be reached by canoe.  Make a 'day at the beach' your Prince Albert National Park tradition.  

Bears on the Beach–Waskesiu Playground

Within the heart of Waskesiu, at the townsite's main beach, a giant ‘tree’ and life-sized sculpture of a playful mother bear and her cubs provide climbing opportunities for children as part of a new nature-themed playground.

Big River Area - Ski Timber Ridge

Ski Timber Ridge is the ski hill the community built!

Bike and Picnic Tour

Flora Bora Forest Lodging offers a fun biking package  “Afternoon Delight Bike and Picnic Tour”

Biking in Prince Albert National Park

Looking for a quick way to cover some ground? Bring or rent a bike and challenge yourself to one of the longer trails in the park. Adventure + exercise + beautiful scenery = one awesome day!

Bird Watching in Prince Albert National Park

Have you ever spotted a bird or listened to its song and wondered what it is? Bird identification is a fun and easy activity for the whole family or a way to spice up a solo hike. In all seasons the park provides endless opportunities for birding.

Bison Trails

Release your inner Wild West and follow in the historical hoof prints of Saskatchewan’s plains bison with one of three road trip itineraries.

Boating and Sailing in Prince Albert National Park

The vast and pristine waters of Waskesiu, Sandy, Hanging Hearts, and Crean lakes will play host to your water adventures.

Camping in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park

Murray Point Campground is located at Emma Lake and offers 169 electrified campsites, potable water, showers, firewood, wheelchair accessible sites, group camping, playground, beach and boat launch.  Murray Point Campground is a great location families with younger children.  The beach and playground are within a few short steps of every campsite.  Family friendly interpretive programs are offered during the summer months.  Check for a complete listing.