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2014 Tourism Saskatchewan Employee of the Year

Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence Finalist 2014

2014 Tourism Saskatchewan Business of the Year (under 20 employees)

Rehabilitation of Moorage Docks at Main Marina

The contract for rehabilitation of the moorage docks at the marina was awarded to Saskatoon-based Allan Construction. The total project cost for the rehabilitation and expansion of the moorage docks at the Waskesiu marina is $3.5M. Parks Canada is investing $2.9M to rehabilitate the existing facility and the marina operator is investing $600K to increase moorage capacity.

It is anticipated that removal of the moorage docks could begin as early as November 14, 2016.

All personal items on the docks such as deck box, fenders or mooring lines should be removed as soon as possible. Any items remaining on the docks will be disposed of by the contractors.

Dock removal and installation will continue throughout the winter months. During the construction period the marina site will be closed to public access.

The expected completion date for the rehabilitation of the Waskesiu Marina moorage docks is May 15, 2017.

For updates on the project please view Prince Albert National Park’s website – Important Bulletins.  www.pc.gc.ca/princealbert.  You can also contact the Visitor Centre for information at 306 663-4522. 

Check out Marina Activities

Learn to Fish
Dinner on the Lake
Experience Paddleboards and
The Waskesiu River Trail

Twinkling Star


Three Island Paddle & Music Festival
July 22, 2017
Hanging Heart Lakes

(Formerly the Narrows Challenge)

A memorable day of music and fun on the water.  Come join us!!

 Reserve Now

Tours book up fast, so ensure your spot on an unforgettable voyage by booking ahead! Call 306-663-1999 to speak with our knowledgeable staff about what is offered.

Congratulations Natalie!

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Natalie Matheson

We are very proud and excited to announce our long term employee and lead guide Natalie Matheson is the Winner of the 2014 Tourism Saskatchewan’s Employee of the Year Award plus was finalist for the 2015 Canadian Tourism Commission Employee of the Year. 

We are also pleased to announce Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre was nominated for Tourism Saskatchewan’s 2014 Award of Excellence for Business of the Year (under 20 employees).

“Waskesiu Marina Adventure Center’s lead guide Natalie Matheson is responsible for the delivery of personal, corporate and school group water-based guided tours. She has a degree in Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership, and applies impressive knowledge and a positive attitude to deliver a guest experience that exceeds expectations. Her hard work and dedication have elevated the level of service offered by Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre. Client safety is first and foremost. Matheson’s skill and professionalism are essential to balancing clients’ desire for adventure with the need for a safe outcome. She has extensive knowledge of the Prince Albert National Park and is always willing to share her knowledge to enhance the visitor experience. An inspiring team player, Matheson instills confidence in new staff and helps employees expand their skills.”