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Winter Landscape

Winter LandscapeFor five months the snow blankets the beaches and transforms the park into a winter wonderland. Waskesiu is the perfect place to experience this very special beauty. Snowshoe or cross country ski and break a trail through the nearly million acres of untouched wilderness. Skate at the indoor arena or take a scenic drive and watch for wildlife. The resort hotels welcome you with all the comforts of home, it's an ideal place to spend a mid-winter holiday with family and friends.

Things have begun to happen on the Mini Golf site, ground work and tree work started this week.  For updates check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WCC.WRA/

Prince Albert National Park and the town of Waskesiu Lake was very busy this summer celebrating Canada 150 with many events.  For the 2017 Season entry to Prince Albert National Park will be free to celebrate Canada 150, so take this opportunity to explore what Waskesiu Lake and the Park has to offer.

Fall hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, and Sunday mornings until noon.  The courts will be open evenings until just before dark.  The nets will come down around October 2 or 3, and access to the courts will be closed.

The Chamber Office is open Tuesdays through Saturdays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday mornings.

Details about the Mini Golf Project Fundraising can be found at the Waskesiu Foundation website: http://www.waskesiufoundation.ca/waskesiu-mini-golf.html





Grey Owl's CabinVisit Waskesiu in Prince Albert National Park, where the choices are endless, whether your idea of hiking is an afternoon stroll or an overnight journey. One of the more popular trails is to Grey Owl's Cabin, accessible by boat or foot. Experience the great silence and beauty of the untouched back country, or enjoy the conveniences at the main beach where essential services such as restaurants, shops, hotels and playgrounds are close by.

Beaver CartoonThe Waskesiu townsite is situated in the heart of Prince Albert National Park. The park lies in central Saskatchewan, 90 km. north of Prince Albert. The subtle beauty of this land encompasses 3,875 sq. km. of wilderness and includes more than seven major lakes. This provides the perfect opportunity to experience wildlife in its natural environment.

Hikers on trailYour stay at Waskesiu can vary from hooking up an RV, pitching a tent or checking into one of the luxury hotels. Whether your choice is to camp in an isolated setting, or enjoy the comforts of a fully serviced townsite, your experience promises to be a positive adventure.

Visit the Waskesiu Community Council, representing your views in establishing practices for the operation of Waskesiu.

Winter Landscape

Winter LandscapeFor five months the snow blankets the beaches and transforms the park into a winter wonderland. Waskesiu is the perfect place to experience this very special beauty. Snowshoe or cross country ski and break a trail through the nearly million acres of untouched wilderness. Skate at the indoor arena or take a scenic drive and watch for wildlife. The resort hotels welcome you with all the comforts of home, it's an ideal place to spend a mid-winter holiday with family and friends.

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