Prince Albert – Worth the Stay
You simply can’t fully experience the beauty of this amazing province without a stay in Prince Albert, a four season destination.
Whether you’re here for the day or an extended stay, there is a wealth of things to do in our beautiful community. The city has a great mix of historic, cultural, recreation and entertainment venues to keep all visitors enticed. With so many diverse things to do and see, top notch facilities, amazing restaurants and shops, year-round events and local charm, Prince Albert is an ideal destination!
No matter what you are interested in, Prince Albert has a lot to offer. Explore the shops and restaurants in historic downtown, unwind with nature in Little Red River Park or take in shows at amazing venues including the EA Rawlinson Centre and Northern Lights Casino. History buffs can browse the city’s four museums including National Historic Site, the John & Olive Diefenbaker House. And then there is Prince Albert’s incredible art scene! The Mann Art Gallery, On the Avenue Artisan’s Gallery and the Arts Centre are a good starting point to engage with the city’s art and artisans.
A part of Prince Albert for 110 years, Cooke Municipal Golf Course is recognized by Score Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as one of the top five public golf courses to play in Saskatchewan and Manitoba – a must-try for golfers of all skill levels. The course is stunning and conveniently located in the city. Recent renovations to the course including new bunkers, greens, a water hazard expansion, family tees and more will make your experience even better. Whether you are a golfer or not, you can stop in at the Rock & Iron Sports Bar conveniently located at the Golf and Curling Club.
Prince Albert is also home to the Kinsmen Water Park, complete with waterslides, leisure pool and tot pool – a great way to spend a hot summer day! New to the city is a Jumpstart Inclusive Playground at the Alfred Jenkins Fieldhouse. The playground allows children of all abilities to play and engage together.
Mark June 20th on your calendar for the Downtown Street Fair which is a must-attend summer event in Prince Albert. Spend the day perusing Central Avenue indulging in treats from food vendors, shopping at local businesses and taking in the entertainment.
More annual events include the Pine Needle Mountain Bike & Music Festival (June 14), the Exhibition Summer Fair (July 28-August 1); Tapestrama (September 26-27); and the Prince Albert Winter Festival each February.
For more information on Prince Albert visit www.princealberttourism.com, call 1-800-868-7470, or stop by the Visitor Centre at 3700 2nd Ave W. Prince Albert.