Saskatchewan Lakes A-Z
Saskatchewan Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Big Fish Lake (historical)
It's hard to believe that a water body named Cold Lake would be a summer water sports paradise, but this large lake on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border ...
|Lake Athabasca||Lake Athabasca is a 1,939,776-acre lake with a maximum depth of 410 feet making it the largest and deepest lake in both Alberta and Saskatchewan. Approximately ...|
Also known as: Diefenbaker Lake
Lake Diefenbaker, the largest reservoir in southern Saskatchewan, is developing a reputation as a favorite vacationland for visitors from all over Canada ...
|Last Mountain Lake||
Also known as: Long Lake
A visit to Regina Saskatchewan wouldn't be complete without a trip to Last Mountain Lake. The lake was named for a local Cree legend that the Great Spirit ...
|Little Manitou Lake||One of the most striking wonders of the Saskatchewan prairie, Little Manitou has been amazing its human visitors since well before European settlers arrived ...|
Also known as: Fishing Lakes, Calling Lakes
Qu'Appelle? Yes, the name of a group of four popular Southern Saskatchewan lakes is a French question. Qu'Appelle Lakes, also known as the Fishing Lakes, ...
|Reindeer Lake||Reindeer Lake is the one of the largest lakes in North America, covering about 1,500,000 acres and spanning the border of Saskatchewan and Manitoba provinces ...|
|Wollaston Lake||Wilderness adventures draw people to Wollaston Lake in northeastern Saskatchewan. Sparsely populated, Wollaston Lake is home to copious amounts of wildlife, ...|