things to DO

Hiking at Flora Bora

Flora Bora’s nature trails start right at your door, and are a great way to connect with nature.

Hiking, Biking & Skiing in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park

Anglin lake offers 18 km of scenic hiking trails on the north side of Jacobsen Bay.  Hike the rolling hills along Elk and Moose trails to listen for woodpeckers, whiskey jacks and chickadees.  Whitetail deer and red fox are often seen along the trails and in the area.  Wolf tracks and bear scat are often seen along the Tower trail.  Pack a picnic lunch and hike to the warm-up shelter, located approximately 3 km from the Tower Bridge trailhead.  Hike, mount

Ice Fishing in Prince Albert National Park

If you need to scratch that fishing itch, try ice fishing on Waskesiu Lake. Drop your line into the cold northern waters for northern pike, walleye, Yellow Perch, Lake Whitefish or maybe even a lake trout. Take a quick trip up to Waskesiu for a few hours, or bring your ice shack with you and stay for a few days. The frozen lake is open to thousands of fish waiting for you to catch.

A valid Prince Albert National Park fishing permit is required. Contact the Park Office for a list of businesses that sell fishing permits

Interpretive Programs in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park

Park Visitor Program staff offer planned programs for school and youth groups from mid-May to the end of June. Special events and interpretive programs are held through-out the summer. Please check for more information and click on Things to Do. Guided group tours are available upon request. Please contact the park office at

Interpretive Programs in Prince Albert National Park

A variety of fun, family-oriented programs are available to help you discover the Park.

Kite Boarding/Skiing in Prince Albert National Park

 Looking for some adventure on a windy summer or winter day? Bring your gear and head out onto the lakes for a great day of exhilarating kite boarding/skiing.

Lake Country Rentals

Rent an unforgettable day with Lake Country Rentals!  It doesn’t matter the season, Lake Country Rentals has you covered.


Whether you are riding on the lakes or through the forest, you have the opportunity to see some of our abundant wildlife. The forest features the beauty of branches laden with snow, long dark shadows, and in places, a haunting beauty like nothing you have ever seen.

Nature Centre - Prince Albert National Park

Join Park Interpreters at the historic Nature Centre from May to September.  Check out gigantic and tiny animal teeth, try on animal costumes, read stories inside the tent, play ‘Match-the Poop’ game, lift elk antlers, watch a nature video and ask staff about wildlife!  The Nature Centre provides informative and interactive activities. If you are feeling energetic, go outside and try out-jumping a fox.

Paddling in Prince Albert National Park

The best seat in the house! Your canoe or kayak will provide you with a unique vantage point – the perfect spot to watch wildlife from a respectful and safe distance. It is a great low impact way to discover the natural wonders of the park. High water levels in spring make it the perfect time to enjoy the rivers.