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Get out on the water at some of these top Saskatchewan boating locations….
Tobin Lake: Cast your lines and try to catch some of the world-record breaking walleye at Tobin Lake, Saskatchewan. The fishing at this lake has been called world class by many expert anglers, so visit and see what all the fuss is about! Enjoy the water from your boat and go tubing, or rent a houseboat and try something new. The possibilities are endless.
Lake Diefenbaker: Take part in one of Lake Diefenbaker’s three fishing derbies, or fish at your own pace. This lake is Saskatchewan’s largest body of water, making it ideal for watersports and sailing. Explore the beautiful scenery and be sure to check out the stunning rock formations at the lake.
Meadow Lake: Head down to the Meadow Lake Provincial Park and take part in one of their boat launches or get on the water to fish for walleye, northern pike, and lake trout. If you’re looking for activities off the water, look into the St. Cyr Trails for a refreshing hike.
Lac La Ronge: Explore the islands on Lac La Ronge, Saskatchewan’s fourth largest lake. With plenty of space to wake board and water ski, this lake is a popular destination for watersport enthusiasts. Go fishing here to try and catch some rainbow trout or arctic grayling not commonly found in Saskatchewan’s waters.
Last Mountain Lake: Take a trip on the wild side at Last Mountain Lake and check out the oldest bird sanctuary in North America. Avid birdwatchers will love exploring the waters while looking for several species of bird, and the rest of your crew will love the stunning views of Saskatchewan’s forests.
Lake Athabaska: Enjoy ample wildlife and a rich history on the still waters of Lake Athabaska. Go for a paddle down the lake for a relaxing afternoon, or kick it up a notch and fly down the waterway on a tube or pair of water skis.
North Saskatchewan River: Paddle through history along the North Saskatchewan River. This river has a history that is deeply entwined with Canada’s history in the fur trade. Visit Fort Saskatchewan to learn about the regions past, or boat along the river and enjoy views of the province from the water.