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The opportunities to explore and play are limitless. Waskesiu has something for everyone including: quiet hikes in the Northern Boreal Forest, adventures on the lake enjoying your favourite water sports, a day on one of Saskatchewan’s premier golf courses, good times on the beach, and the glow of an evening lake sunset.Visit during our winter season to experience cross country and snow shoe trails in the Prince Albert National Park.EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS
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The Suites at Waskesiu operates all four seasons. Located in the heart of the Waskesiu townsite, The Suites at Waskesiu offer exceptional accommodations in beautiful Prince Albert National Park and just a 2 minute walk to the beach!
The management team, Ted and Emily, specialize in providing quality accommodations as the foundation for successful meetings, conferences, events, reunions, weddings, or workshops.
There is a lot of history behind The Suites at Waskesiu . . .
In the 1930’s the lot that “The Suites at Waskesiu” is situated on now was owned by Ignar Olafson. In 1932 E.F. Fournier and Alex Olson built “The Pleasant Inn”. In the 1950’s it was a hotel, lunch counter, formal dining room, telephone switchboard for the Waskesiu townsite and later the rooms became home for individual retail stores.
In 1985 “The Scoop” ice cream shop was opened in one of the retail spaces until it moved to the present day location in the Park Centre.
In the 1990’s Gladys Nobert, a member of the original family that owned “The Pleasant Inn”, opened the “Big Olaf” ice cream shop.
“The Pleasant Inn” was torn down in 2002 and later that year “The Lakeview Suites” was built to replace the inn which included space for the “Big Olaf”, which is still one of Waskesiu’s favorite stops for ice cream lovers! In 2011 the name was changed to “The Suites at Waskesiu”.