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Saskatchewan #55 Highway Guide

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City of Prince Albert, SK (Junction of Highway 2 and Highway 55)
Junction of Highway #2 - North to Prince Albert National Park. Waskesiu Lake, Saskatchewan. Some of the park's many outstanding natural wonders includes Canada's only fully protected white pelican nesting colony, a free-ranging heard of plains bison, and the isolated lakeside cabin of conservationist Grey Owl. Camping: Facilities - The fully-serviced Waskesiu Trailer Park has 152 sites with electrical hook-ups, water, sewer, washrooms, and showers. Beaver Glen Campground with 213 sites; 108 of these sites have electrical hook-ups, washrooms, showers, hibachis, kitchen shelters and centralized water and sewer disposal.
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City of Prince Albert, SK - Junction of Highway #2
Junction of Highway #55 east to Nipawin, SK. - Prince Albert is the third largest city in Saskatchewan. It is situated on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The city is known as the 'Gateway to the North': - Attractions in and around Prince Albert SK: The Grace Campbell Gallery - Art Gallery of Prince Albert - Prince Albert Historical Museum - John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre and the Art Gallery of Prince Albert - A Wolf Adventure - The Prince Albert National Park. - NOTE: For highway travel north via Saskatchewan Highway #2 - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Prince Albert, SK to La Ronge, SK for highway driving directions.

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Highway exit
Access to Little Red River Park Picnic area Tables washrooms, Cross country ski area
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Highway Access
Access to Prince Albert Municipal Airport
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Highway exit
Access to Prince Albert Pulp Mill
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Highway Access
Junction of Highway 355, west to Spruce Holme, SK. Access to Town of Meath Park, SK, services
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Junction of Highway #120
North to Village of Candle Lake, SK. Access to Candle Lake Provincial Park Sandy Bay Campground. - The park area is beside a large lake, a clean and clear body of water featuring good-sized campgrounds on the east and west side, Candle lake is a great fishing lake, Candle Lake, SK; has about 7 km of beaches. Minowukaw, Waskateena and Sandy Bay rate among the top 10 inland beaches in Canada. - Camping: There is a Service Centre with hot showers and laundry facilities at the Sandy Bay campground The smaller Minowukaw Beach, SK; campground is located in the jack pine and aspen forest on the east side of the lake and now has its own Service Centre with showers. Two campgrounds, with 328 sites: Electric Sites: 189 (near a service centre) Non-electric Sites: 139. NOTE: For highway travel north via Saskatchewan Highway #120 - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Highway #55 to Candle Lake, SK for highway driving directions.

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Access to Town of Wierdale, SK, services
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Highway Access
Access to Town of Foxford, SK, services
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Highway Access
Access to Town of Shipman,SK, services
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Township of Smeaton, SK - Junction of Highway #55 and #106
Junction of Highway 106 to the Hanson Lake Road, Narrow Hills Provincial Park. Narrow Hills -Camping. Lower Fishing lake campground has electrical and non electrical sites. Also Zeden Lake, Isupuchaw Lake and Baldy lake with non electrical camping. North to Flin Flon, Manitoba. Access to Town of Smeaton, SK; services. NOTE: For highway travel north via Saskatchewan Highway #106 'The Hanson Lake Road' - Smeaton, SK, to Creighton, SK -See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide Smeaton, SK, to Creighton, SK for highway driving directions.

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Access to community of Snowdon, SK
North of highway
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Junction of Saskatchean Grid Road #691
North access to 'The Hanson Lake Road'. Access to Saskatchewan Narrow Hills Provincial Park. Camping Facilities: -
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Junction of Highway #6
South access to Wapiti Valley Regional Park: Camping facilities - 10 Full Service Sites, 10-30amp Electric Sites, 16 Non Electric Sites, Food Service, Concession, Picnic Area, Playground, Lake, Beach, Boating, Fishing, Boat Launch, Modern Washrooms, Showers - Other services - Down Hill Skiing, Quad Chair Lift, Handle Tow, Rope Tow, Rentals, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowmobiling, Public Telephone, Firewood, Nature/Walking Trails.... South access to communities of Gronlid, SK; Fairy Glen, SK; Melfort, Sask. - NOTE: For Highway Travel South via Highway #6 - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Melfort, SK to Choiceland, SK for highway driving directions. -e