1300 Block of Highway 55 East
Hours of Operation: 7am-11pm
Currently the City of Prince Albert is developing a Master Plan for Little Red River Park. We want users to tell us what you like, don't like and improvements you would like to see there. Please take a moment before September 6th to fill out the Little Red River Park Master Plan Survey.
Wander through 1200 acres of natural area while visiting Little Red River Park, a 5 minute drive from downtown on Highway 55 towards Candle Lake. Little Red River Park is Prince Albert’s largest park, and provides residents and visitors an opportunity to connect with the natural environment. Little Red River Park is open year-round and offers a variety of seasonal activities for the whole family including a trail system. Visit the Upper and Lower Plains to view wildflowers in the spring or follow the 5-kilometre River Trail multi-use loop that takes you through all the ecosystems in the Park from Jack Pine forest, boreal plains, and the Spruce River riparian area. The Park is also a favourite for group and family outings, educational explorations, and weddings and has hosted major events like the annual Pine Needle Bike & Music Festival and the 2019 Canadian Archery Championships.
- The Cosmopolitan (Cosmo) Lodge, with a concession and a meeting room available for private events.
- Kinsmen Ski & Snowboard Centre and Old Log Cabin, a downhill ski and snowboard facility with 2 downhill runs, 2 rope tow lifts, and a terrain park. Ski and snowboard rentals are available as well as lessons for individuals or groups. The Old Log Cabin is available for rent all-year round.
- Cross country ski trails, which are considered to be some of the best and most extensive urban trails around. Trails include opportunities for both single-track and skate skiing. The trails are maintained by the Prince Albert Ski Club, and use of the groomed trails is free for members. The cross country ski trail system at Little Red River Park includes the River Trail, which provides a lit trail for evening use. Information on cross country skiing is available through the PA Ski Club and for events and updates check out their Facebook page.
- Walking, hiking, and mountain biking trails
- On-leash dog walking
- Snowshoe trails
- The Swinging Bridge, pedestrian suspension bridge that traverses over the Spruce River
- Unsupervised toboggan hill
- Picnic site and camp kitchens with barbecue pits available on a first-come first-serve basis. Firewood is provided free-of-charge for use within the designated barbecue pits in the Park.
For information on how to book sports fields or park amenities please visit the Facility and Equipment Rentals web page.