Experience the tranquil ambiance as you walk outside on one of the beautiful Waskesiu Lake vacation rental locations and enjoy fine dining, camping, shopping, boating, and golfing. The residents of Waskesiu Lake work hard to uphold the character, heritage, and the stunning natural environment of the area. Beaver Glen and Red Deer Campgrounds let you spend a night or more in nature with the family, while Prince Albert National Park allows you to indulge in wakeboarding and water skiing, or even view wild bison near the backcountry lakes.

1. Waskesiu Marina

Waskesiu Marina
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Step outside from your vacation rental in Waskesiu Marina and hop on a guided boat tour with the family to learn interesting facts about the area. Or, rent a pontoon boat, fishing boat, kayak, or canoe and enjoy a self-guided adventure with the kids. Don’t forget the camera, so you can capture the smiling faces of your children while they see the up-close beauty of the marina.

2. Prince Albert National Park

Prince Albert National Park
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Featuring a multitude of campgrounds, Prince Albert National Park lets you enjoy the exciting outdoors environment. Park your RV in the center of Waskesiu, or position the family near Namekus Lake for lakeside camping. Depending on the campground you select, you’ll have access to electricity, toilets, showers, fire pits, and portal water.

3. Ajawaan Lake

Ajawaan Lake
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Located in Saskatchewan and positioned in near proximity to Prince Albert National Park, Ajawaan Lake puts you near a variety of lakes, including Lone Island Lake, Sanctuary Lake, Kingsmere Lake, and Hidden Lake. Grab a quaint vacation rental in the area, and take the family out for a full day of boating and exploring nature.

4. Red Deer Campground

Drumheller on Red Deer River
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Located north of Waskesiu Dr. in the Waskesiu Lake townsite, Red Deer Campground features 161 fill hook-up sites, so you can bring your RV for a comfortable vacationing experience. Take the little ones to catch their own fish, then use the fish cleaning facility to prepare your dinner. This pet-friendly area lets you bring your furry friend along for the trip, so you can create lifelong memories with the family’s best buddy.

5. Elk Ridge

snowmobiles at Elk Ridge
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Walk outside of your vacation rental in the Elk Ridge area and throw a few pieces of skirt steak and sausages on the grill, while enjoying the beautiful view of the water. If you’re in the mood for a more thrilling time, take the family on the snowmobile trails and feel the wind flow through your hair.

6. Saskatchewan

Royal Saskatchewan Museum
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The southern part of Saskatchewan hugs the United States border, and glassland covers the southern plains, while rugged rock, rivers, lakes, and coniferous forests populate the northern area. Prepare an all-day trip to Regina, which is the provincial capital, and explore the Royal Saskatchewan Museum where you can show the kids exhibits on the people of Canada’s First Nations and the country’s national history.

7. Sandy Lake Campground

Camping at Sandy Lake Campground.
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Get your adrenaline pumping by biking, hiking, or horseback riding on the trails at Sandy Lake Campground. Bring your furry friend along, as the campground allows pets provided that they’re on leashes. Get a national park fishing license, and watch as your kiddos’ faces light up while catching that evening’s dinner. As the sun settles, light up the fire pit and cook s’mores and other tasty finger foods.

8. Friends of Prince Albert National Park

Picnic at Friends of Prince Albert National Park
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Located about 190 meters southeast from Waskesiu Lake, Friends of Prince Albert National Park features a lovely picnic area where you and the kids can snack on sandwiches, potato salad, and homemade cookies. Visit the nearby museum and teach the little one’s about natural history in a fun manner.

9. Waskesiu Community Hall

Biking at Prince Albert National Park
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Waskesiu Community Hall places you near Prince Albert National Park where you can experience the beauty of nature in the way that’s only possible when riding with hundreds of other cyclists. Rent a rustic vacation rental near K and S MS Bike, which is located about 90 kilometers north of Prince Albert and put your family in close proximity to the biggest cycling event in Saskatchewan. Feel free to bring the young kids, as well as the teenagers, as this event is suitable for cyclists of all skill levels. Your participation in this event contributes toward finding a cure to multiple sclerosis.

10. Hanging Heart Lakes Marina

kayaking at Hanging Heart Lakes Marin
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Venture about seven kilometers north of the main marina, or a 15 minute drive north of the Waskesiu town site to reach Hanging Heart Lakes Marina. Step outside your vacation rental and show your kids the captivating beauty of beaver lodges, nesting eagles, and other exciting wildlife. Rent a boat and take the family to explore nearby islands, or rent a kayak or canoe and enjoy the lake at a gentle pace.