Narrows Campground


The Narrow Campground is operated by the National Park. For More information please call the Prince Albert National Park of Canada general information line at 306-663-4522. Or visit them on-line at the Parks Canada web site. (

The Narrows Campground Features

87 Beautiful Campsites

CampsiteRaised and levelled campsites offer excellent conditions for both tents and Recreational  Vehicles. The majority of sites are well treed and very private. Other sites offer more direct access to each other and are great place for groups to camp.  Each site also has a Hibachi fire box and a picnic table.

This site is solar powered, so there are no electrical sites at the Narrows. We apologize for the inconvenience but are assured you’ll find the site natural and serene as a result.

Potable Drinking Water

A state of the art artesian  well combined with a UV and chloride filter system provides fresh drinking  water. Water taps are located throughout the campground providing convenient  access.

Flush Toilets & Pit Toilets

Washroom buildings feature  flush toilets and cold running water, and solar powered lights mean that  you’re not left in the dark.

There are no shower facilities at  the Narrows, but shower facilities are provided free  of charge for all Narrow’s campers in the Village of Waskesiu.

Sanitation Dump Site

Two sided access makes  emptying your RV’s holding tanks easy. Running water is provided to help flush your  RV’s system.

Within Walking Distance

  • Narrows Marina and Confectionery
    Marina Services, Boat Rentals and treats are available at the Marina.
  • Narrows Day Use Area
    Features a covered picnic shelter with wood stove, beach, swing set, well groomed lawn and excellent off-shore fishing.
  • Tree Beard Hiking Trail
    Enjoy a stroll through a 100+ year old forest. This is a self guided trail complete with trail guide booklet. Booklets are available at the “Tree Beard” trail head.

A Short Drive Away

  • Paignton, Trippes, and South Bay Beaches
    Some of Prince Albert National Park’s best beach and picnic sites.
  • Mud Creek, Amiskawon and Freight Hiking Trails
    Mud Creek is another exciting self guided trail.
  • The Village of Waskesiu (
    Waskesiu Offers great shopping, restaurants, and interpretive opportunities.
    Shower facilities are provided free of charge for all Narrow’s campers.

Prince Albert National Park’s Best Kept Secret!


Narrows Lake ViewThe Narrows Campground on Waskesiu Lake offers a back country feel with front country convenience. This beautiful campground is an ideal escape that the whole family will enjoy. Relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity that this special place has to offer.

Solar CollectorsThis campground is also an environmental show piece that uses solar power to provide electricity to both the campground and the nearby Marina.

The Narrows Campground and Marina also host the annual Narrows Canoe Challenge. This non-competitive event is a truly memorable experience that everyone will enjoy.