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Prince Albert, fondly known as the “gateway to the north” sits near the center of Saskatchewan where the agricultural prairie of the south meets the rich forest belt of the north.

From ice fishing and boating through the glacier-fed river that flows from the Canadian Rockies to camping under the northern lights and starry sky, this beautiful landscape provides never-ending opportunities for exploration.

Grab your family and venture into the wild at Prince Albert National Park. Take in the vast scenery of wide-open meadows and tall, narrow woodlands, while exploring the winding trails on cross-country skis or by snowshoe. You can even observe the only free-ranging herd of Plains bison in Canada within its historic range.

The city is home to a variety of attractions, from hotels and restaurants to museums and unique shopping centres. Enjoy local favourites, such as a Mediterranean Pesto Pizza from The Rusty Owl, slip and sliding at Kinsmen Water Park, and discovering handcrafted Indigenous goods and souvenirs at The North West Company.

Whether you’re a local resident of Prince Albert or a visitor to “the place where the prairies meet the pines”, Prince Albert is sure to take your breath away. What are you waiting for?

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