Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park, SK
Type: Park
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Prince Albert National Park is made up of 3,874 square kilometers of land that was opened and considered a national park on March 24, 1927. The park is made up of a dense forest landscape and is home to a diverse wildlife. These animals include moose, elks, beavers, bison, otters, badgers, coyotes, wolves and more. It is also home to about 21 species of fish including spottail shiners, yellow perches, northern pikes and more.

The Prince Albert National Park provides opportunities for various types of outdoor activities to its visitors. The park has several picnic sites complete with tables, campfire pits, views and swimming areas. It also has several hiking trails that are less than two kilometers in length while there are also others ranging from 13 kilometers to 54 kilometers. Other activities in the area include boating and canoeing, fishing, camping, wildlife and bird watching, aurora watching, golfing and scenic driving.

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