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Prince Albert is a large city in Saskatchewan, Canada, near the North Saskatchewan River and just under an hour and a half from Saskatoon. Being one of the biggest cities in northern Saskatchewan, Prince Albert is a hub for many of the mining, agriculture, and forestry industries within the providence. Also called the "Gateway to the North," Prince Albert is an essential stop for those looking to explore the remote wilderness of northern Canada in a rental motorhome.
There are plenty of outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy in Prince Albert, as well as educational and interesting indoor activities, including museums, restaurants, and quaint shops. Book an RV in Saskatchewan and plan an adventure in Prince Albert. The smaller town of Shellbrook is only 30 minutes to the west of Prince Albert and is a great town to visit after finding an RV rental in Saskatchewan. You may want to take some time and to explore Melfort, which is only about an hour to the southeast of Prince Albert.
Wandering through parks and lush green spaces is an excellent way to explore this pretty part of Canada. Prince Albert and the surrounding area offer several idyllic spaces for visitors to enjoy, including Little Red River Park. This park is only about a five-minute drive from the city center and encompasses 1,200 acres of natural beauty. One of the largest parks near Prince Albert, Little Red River abounds with hiking, biking, picnicking, and even wildflower viewing opportunities. The swinging pedestrian bridge suspended over the river boasts excellent views of the recreation area. During the winter months, visitors can enjoy skiing, tobogganing, and snowshoeing throughout the park.
Park your travel trailer rental in Prince Albert at Kinsmen Park to stretch your legs and enjoy some fresh air. This is a smaller city park, only about 23 acres, but it's beautifully maintained and provides a serene space for picnics and bird watching. The walking paths that meander through the park give visitors a chance to fully experience the beauty of this tranquil place.
Another worthwhile city park is Crescent Acres Park. You can take in a local soccer game or a ball game at one of the baseball diamonds at the park. You can also explore the walking paths that wind through the rest of the park away from the sports fields, or even bring a picnic and relax in the sunshine. Concessions are available at the park if you don't want to pack your own picnic. The kids will love splashing in the spray park in the summer.
Once you find an RV rental in Saskatchewan, drive over to the Little Bear Lake Campground for tranquil camping. The campground has primitive and electrical sites with either 15- or 30-amp service. Amenities at Little Bear Lake Campground include a dump station, restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. Anglers will love casting their line into Little Bear Lake for a chance at catching trout and walleye.
Those keen to camp in Canada's serene wilderness should set a course for Prince Albert National Park, located about an hour north of the city. The park's five campgrounds feature more than 400 RV spaces. Red Deer Campground is ideal for those who want all the comforts of home, including full hookups, restrooms, and showers. Beaver Glen offers electric hookups, while The Narrows, Sandy Lake, and Namekus Lake feature primitive campsites.
After you rent a motorhome in Prince Albert, spend some time exploring the city. The Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections takes visitors back in time to the origins of law enforcement in Saskatchewan. Exhibits include uniforms, weapons, and other artifacts from the first Royal Canadian Mounted Police that were stationed in Prince Albert. The museum is located in the original Mounties’ depot built in the late 19th century.
Visit the Prince Albert Historical Museum, located in the historic Central Fire Hall. The building was built in the early 20th century and is a treasure in itself. Artifacts include newspaper clippings, photographs, and period machinery. Visitors can participate in a guided tour or simply wander through the museum on their own.
Make sure to add the Diefenbaker House to your list of places to see in Prince Albert. Built in 1912, the Diefenbaker House was originally the home of John Diefenbaker and his first wife, Edna. John was the 13th Prime Minister of Canada and was a Member of Parliament and represented Prince Albert for more than 25 years. The home has been restored to how it looked when Diefenbaker was in residence, complete with family photographs, clothing, and dishes used by the family.