Travel: Prince Albert National Park

July 7, 2018 |  by  |  Photos, Travel

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Time for camping! Yes, Prince Albert National Park in Saskatchewan is beautiful. It’s a little far from us, being about 7 hours towing, yet worth the visit.

We took Tipsy, our 1972 Boler, on this trip. Okay, let’s get camping.

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

We set up camp in no time. Takes us about 20-30 minutes total from the time we find our site until we’re set up and ready to relax.

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Tipsy loves camping – or rather, we love camping with Tipsy.

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Fires make for rustic and flavourful food.

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

We ate well and then ventured on a beautiful hike.

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

At home in the woods. Canada is so beautiful.

Prince Albert National Park: 3ten.ca

Overall, Lake Waskesiu in Prince Albert National Park is worth the visit. We stayed at Beaver Glen Campground (it’s a must) and had some elk as neighbours. Plus, the showers are hot. Beautiful hikes, bright blue skies, and clean fresh air. What more could you want in a camping trip?

Thanks so much for visiting – we’re hitting the road today, too. Heading out to Kootenay National Park for some more hikes and mountain air. See you soon!

 

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