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Known as the “Gateway to the North”, the riverside city of Prince Albert sits within the lake laden and leafy splendor of Northern Saskatchewan. With the natural idyll of Prince Albert National Park just north, the region is rich in outdoor recreation. Whether it’s a scenic hike to Grey Owls Cabin, boating or fishing on a shimmering lake, or simply a round of golf – there’s something for every outdoorsy type. Post-adventure, the city provides plenty of lures, from brand name shopping to history, arts, and culture.

Things to see

Set within the city’s “Central Fire Hall”, a red brick heritage building built in 1912, the Prince Albert Historical Museum makes an ideal starting point for hungry history buffs. With a range of exhibits detailing the city’s past, the museum’s trove of artifacts includes a Native Dugout Canoe, a vintage fire truck, and Queen Victoria’s stockings. For art lovers, a feast of eye candy awaits at the Mann Art Gallery. Home to works by local, regional, and national artists, the community fuelled gallery displays over 600 pieces ranging from paintings and photographs, to tapestries and sculptures. If you’re feeling lucky, don your glitziest evening garb and visit the Northern Lights Casino. The dazzling complex is home to a restaurant and lounge, table games and over 500 whirring slot machines. With live entertainment to boot, it’s one of the city’s most happening haunts. If you hit the jackpot, flash the cash in over 55 stores at The Gateway Mall.

Hotels in Prince Albert

Whatever your taste and budget, you’ll find plenty of hotels in Prince Albert to choose from. Much of the accommodation here bears a familiar chain name, giving you plenty of options for a safe bet stay. The larger establishments cover all the basic amenities, with swimming pools, gymnasiums, and business centers all to be expected. Simply styled rooms provide everything from flat-screen televisions and high speed internet access, to coffee makers and refrigerators. If you’re looking to snare a deal you’ll find a good choice of motels and budget hotels in Prince Albert, whilst campgrounds make an even cheaper alternative.

Where to stay

Wherever you choose to stay in the city, having your own transport in Prince Albert is the best way to get out and explore the region – particularly if you plan on venturing to Prince Albert National Park. The city’s epicenter however is the thoroughfare between uptown and downtown, where you’ll find numerous places to eat, drink, and shop, as well as attractions such as The Northern Lights Casino and The Gateway Mall. Come nighttime downtown is the place to be, with its buzzing music scene and lively entertainment options. For lovers of the great outdoors, the city's a well placed base camp, close by to numerous parks and lakes.

How to get to Prince Albert

At just over 1 mile northeast of the city, Prince Albert Municipal Airport is the likely to be your gateway if you’re flying in. Whilst the airport only serves a handful of destinations, connecting flights can be made through the larger Saskatoon and Regina International Airports – both of which serve Toronto-Pearson, Chicago-O'Hare, and Denver International. If you intend to hire a car, you can do so from Saskatoon International Airport, which is approximately an hour and a half’s drive from Prince Albert along Highway 11. Prince Albert is also reachable from most places in the Saskatchewan province via the Saskatchewan Transportation Company bus line.