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Sundogs Excursions: Puppy Camps

Puppy Camps are built around some lighthearted learning and lightweight activities with sled dogs and everyone in your family or group. You decide how much or a little you’re involved with the dogs. Hey, you don’t even have to like dogs to have fun with friends, family or colleagues at a Puppy Camp.

Swimming in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park

Two beautiful sandy beaches are located at Murray Point, Emma Lake with washrooms and playgrounds within a few meters. Another two beaches are located at Anglin Lake in the Jacobsen Bay picnic area and at Anderson Point campground.  A picnic shelter and wood barbeque offer a great location for an afternoon swim and hot dog roast.

Tobogganing at Elk Ridge Resort

Get out to the Elk Ridge Toboggan hill and slide down a fun, fast hill. Bring out your inner child as this activity is for all ages!

Tire tubes provided along with a warm up hut and fire pits perfect for S'mores and Hot Cocoa!  

Travel 1 hour north of Prince Albert on Hwy 2, take the Prince Albert National Park turn at Hwy 264. Elk Ridge Resort is located just outside of Prince Albert National Park

Treeosix Adventure Parks (formerly Elk Ridge Eco Adventures

Are you trying to figure out something to do in the spring, summer or fall? How about flying through the trees at Treeosix Adventure Parks (Formerly Eco-Adventures 306 Collective) Elk Ridge location on a zip line tour?

Push your boundaries and challenge your fears with the newest “sibling” of the Treeosix Adventure Parks’ family! Our trained guides will take you on an epic adventure through the boreal forest of northern Saskatchewan. Prepare to find your happy dance!

Viewing Towers in Prince Albert National Park

Getting a different perspective of the land is fun and interesting.  Visit one or all of our viewing towers & let the view inspire you. 

 Access to the viewing towers range from a few metres walk to a couple kilometres hike.

  • Height of Land (hwy #263) – summer is the perfect time to gaze at the stars
  • Boundary Bog Trail (hwy #264) – walk this popular self-guided trail and experience the bog in spring
  • Spruce River Highlands Trail (hwy #263) – enjoy the changing colors of the landscape in fall

Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre: Boat Rentals

Rent one of our 16 and 18ft fishing boats, with 30 and 40 horsepower out-board motors. The 20 ft pontoon boat is a great way to spend the day with friends. No operators card is required to rent boats. Go for a paddle on one of the many lakes in the park.

Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre: Boat Tours

Experience the sights and sounds of the waters of Prince Albert National Park with these exciting boat tours. With the Parks Canada mandate of environmental integrity in mind, these tours operate on the three Heart Lakes and Crean Lake. Our Voyageur canoe operates on the Heart Lakes system and the Waskesiu River.

Wildlife Viewing in Prince Albert National Park

Looking for a one-stop shop for wildlife viewing? Prince Albert National Park is home to a variety of mammals, fish, birds, and plants. You may spot a majestic bull elk in the fall or calves in the spring, foxes hunting at dawn or bears foraging at dusk, and otters sliding across the frozen lake in the winter.

Find a quiet spot and sit, stroll slowly down the trails or drive leisurely along a park road and be amazed at the wildlife in the park. Don’t forget to bring your camera!

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