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3 RV Parks near Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan
Jun 2018 - $22.00
We were looking for a campground near the town of Waskesiu Lake and central to hiking/biking in Prince Albert NP. We're self-contained and don't used the facilities except for an occasional shower. We stayed for a week in late June in our 8 metre (25 foot) MH. Beaver Glen is a 15 minute walk to the center of town. It's a 200-site electric only CG with wooded sites arrayed in 18 loops. Most sites are shaded and surrounded by trees and greenery providing some privacy. Most are level or need just a bit of leveling. There are water spigots throughout the loops. The bathrooms are clean and the showers have ample hot water and water pressure. There's no WiFi. There was good A7TT and Verizon cell coverage while roaming on Bell. - dsvt
Aug 2018 - $27.00
Rate does not include the daily entry fee. Most of the sites in this campground are pull-throughs with full hookups. Park roads are paved, but sites are gravel or grass. Registration was quick because we had a reservation. Our site was a bit unlevel on one side of the pad and required leveling. Hookups were a bit awkward. The water hookup had to cross over the sewer line, unless I wanted to stretch the hose around the power pedestal. All of the hookups were close to the middle with the sewer between the power and water. The electric post was too short causing the water filter to drag on the grass. The sewer outlet had an attached cover plate that held my sewer elbow in place. It did the job, but took a bit of effort to connect. Even so, all the utilities worked fine. There is grass or trees between sites. The most private were the ones surrounded by trees. There was a picnic table on site, but no fire ring. Propane fire pits are allowed. There were a couple of garbage bins and recycle drops in Blocks B and F. No OTA TV or Wi-Fi, but we did get satellite TV from our site. In Blocks A though F, there might be 30 or 40 sites that could receive satellite. Overall, this a nice place to stay and good for another time in the future. - Onemoretrail
Jul 2016 - $38.00
This is a great summer campground in Prince Albert National Park. It's on the pricey side (CA $) when you add the $6.80 (senior rate) per person per day to the camping cost. Our site was a pull through with some trees. The electrical hookup was strangely placed. Our cord would not reach unless we turned around and ran the sewer and water under the trailer. We were able to hook into our neighbours with our 50A as he was using the 30A. There are lots of families here for summer fun but it was quiet at night. Elk roam freely in the campground and no one seems bothered. There were good bicycling and hiking trails. - Darleen
Sites: 136 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 5 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Probably the best thing about this park is that it's close to the lake and there are a lot of trees. It was pretty busy, but when we were there it was later in the season and it sounded like during the main summer months it might be busier. Bring your bug spray! Being in the trees and close to water makes for a lot of mosquitoes! Spacing is close. Gravel pads with fire ring and picnic table. - BigEric
Jul 2015 - $27.00
Note, over and above the campground fee, there is a daily vehicle fee, although 3-day, 7-day, etc. passes are available.
There is one (full service) bathhouse for the entire park,. They clean it twice a day, and they need to. Showers are only available here, and are included in the campground fee.
There are also several pit-toilet "washhouses". Some have running water, some do not.
The published site lengths appear to be conservative, as we easily fit in a "45 ft" site, even though we are 48 ft long (connected) and more like 55 ft disconnected.
All sites have power, a fire-pit and a table. Sites vary from full sun to mostly shaded.
Firewood is provided.
Given the "wetlands", even inside the campground, bugs can be a problem. Many of the frequent visitors have screen rooms or houses.
We would stay here again. - wetterwashington
Jul 2015 - $27.00
Nice level sites, nicely spaced with plenty of trees for shade and privacy. Easy access to beach and boat launch.
Along with your camping fee, there is a parks fee. We paid $17.00 CN in park fees.
Only problem is bugs. The biting flies and mosquitoes were awful. They may not be as bad at a different time of the year. - Impkitti