Community Tours and Museum
The Chamber of Commerce may be able to arrange for tours to its members' businesses such as the NorSask Saw Mill, Meadow Lake Pulp Ltd., Groot's Honey Farm, Meadow Lake OSB Plant and the Meadow Lake Stock Yards.
Tours may be arranged for individuals, families and large groups by phoning the Chamber of Commerce office at (306) 236-4061. You don't have to be a tourist to go on a tour. If you are new to the area, or even a long-time resident, you are welcome too!
The Meadow Lake Museum features items of interest from our pioneers' lives, and a look at the development of forestry in our area. It is located in the Tourist Information Centre...the first building on your right as you enter the city from the south.
Meadow Lake Provincial Park
- Meadow Lake Provincial Park
25 Lakes: The Meadow Lake Provincial Park is one of Saskatchewan's most popular destinations. It covers 1,600 square kilometres and features two dozen lakes that are linked together by the Waterhen River. The lakes are fished for northern pike, walleye, and lake trout.
Wildlife: The clear lakes, and the forests of aspen, birch, jackpine and spruce, create a diverse natural habitat for 130 bird species (such as pelicans, bald eagles, golden eagles, and blue herons) and a range of animals from beaver, coyotes and wolves, to moose, elk, whitetail dear and black bear.
All-Season: Although it's the place to be in summer, Meadow Lake Provincial Park also offers fine winter activities such as cross country skiing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling and ice fishing.
Beaches: There are seven that are designated as swimming beaches. Red Cross swimming courses are offered.
Venues: Miniature golf. Tennis courts. Baseball diamonds. Playgrounds. Riding stables. Special park programs. Check the park bulletin boards to find out about all the good things going on.
Boating: Many lakes have boat launches. More remote lakes require a short portage. Canoe trips vary from a few hours to several days. Sail board, boat and canoe rentals are available.
Hiking: There are many nature trails throughout the park. Venture off on your own, or join the park staff on a guided tour.
Camping: Electrified sites, group camping, service centres with showers, and picnic areas.
- For advanced booking, phone (306) 236-7680
Resorts and Outfitters
- Tawaw Cabins Meadow Lake Provincial Park Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://tawawcabins.com
- Flotten Lake Resort Meadow Lake Provincial Park Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://flottenlake.com
- Big Island Cove Resort Meadow Lake Provincial Park
- Northern Cross Resort Ltd. Meadow Lake Provincial Park
- Pierceland Outfitters Base at Muskeg Lake, 80km NE of Pierceland
- Johnson's Resort Ministikwan Lake
- Pine Cove Resort Loon Lake
- Squaw Creek Outfitters Loon Lake
- Green Lake Lodge Green Lake
- Bait Master Hunting Camps Green Lake
- Makwa River Outfitters Makwa
- Excellent bird-watching.
- Central showers.
- Filleting service.
- Freezing service.
- Children are welcome.
- Open year-round.
- Perfect wildlife habitat.
- Excellent fishing for northern pike, walleye and perch. Freezing service.
- Ice fishing.
- Near airport and a 9-hole golf course.
- Pierceland: white-tailed deer, migratory and upland game birds.
- Muskeg Lake: white-tailed deer, moose, bear and birds.
- Kukuka Lake: moose, bear, bird hunting, and fishing.
- Playground. Central bath-house and laundry facilities.
- Close to 9-hole golf course (grass greens), sandy beaches, waterskiing, slalom course, ski jumping, and swimming lessons.
- National historic sites at Steele Narrows; rifle pits from the Riel Rebellion.
- Berry picking in season.
- Big BBQ for groups or family reunions.
- Sask Tourism
The Provincial Government's tourism information website.
- Sask Parks
Saskatchewan Parks website.
- Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management
The Provincial Government's department responsible for parks.
- Makwa Lake Provincial Park
The Makwa Lake Provincial Park has land that adjoins five lakes. The park offers choice camping, ranging from sites with electricity, showers, flush toilets, and service centres, to sites that allow you to "rough it". As well, group camping can be arranged.
Canoes and power boats are available for rent, and the nearby village of Loon Lake provides ample services. There is also a nine-hole grass green golf course, and horseback riding or wagon riding for entertainment.
- Steele Narrows and Fort Pitt
Located in the area are the historically significant locations of Steele Narrows and Fort Pitt. Steele Narrows was the site of the last battle in the North West Rebellion of 1885. Fort Pitt is the site of an early Hudson's Bay Company fur trading post. There are Provincial Historic Parks at both locations offering picnic areas and fishing.
- Clearwater River Provincial Park
Offering some of the most spectacular scenery in Canada, this wilderness park is for the adventurous who want to explore the land in the same way that voyageurs did 200 years ago as they sought for a water route across Canada.
Travelling from Hudson's Bay via the Churchill River to its headwaters in northwest Saskatchewan, the early Canadian fur traders and explorers would cross the Methye Portage to the Clearwater River, then canoe on to Lake Athabasca. Evidence of earlier visitors to the Clearwater include rock paintings and prehistoric Indian pictographs.
Offering challenges to the most experienced canoeists, this river features swift flowing white-water rapids, majestic canyons carved out of the pre-Cambrian shield, and more leisurely oxbows flowing through spruce forest. Arctic grayling, walleye, and northern pike are found in its waters, abundant wildlife inhabit its shores.
The park protects over 224,000 hectares of pristine wilderness. The river itself was designated a Canadian Heritage River in 1986 because of its varied and spectacular natural features, its history, and for its outstanding recreation opportunities. If high adventure is your idea of a vacation, contact the conservation offices in Buffalo Narrows (306-235-1740) or in La Loche (306-822-1700) for details on how to access the river or portage.
- Athabasca Sand Dunes
For those of you who think Saskatchewan is all flat, bald, boring prairie, you would be surprised by the forested wilderness of central Saskatchewan, and you would be stunned by the Dunes of the north. Stretching along 100 kilometres of the south shore of Lake Athabasca, the Athabasca Sand Dunes are the largest active sand surface in North America and are the world's most northerly major sand dunes.
The Dunes are truly an adventurer's destination. Two hundred kilometres beyond any road, they are reached by flying to Uranium City and boating the 50 kilometres across Lake Athabasca. Not the casual day trip! Only around 100 people a year are expected to visit the Dunes, but the area's unique beauty is truly worth seeing. The dunes even have their own unique plant life -- a dozen plant species that grow nowhere else on earth.
For information on how to visit the dunes, contact the conservation offices in Stony Rapids or Uranium City, or phone (306) 439-2062.
Located on the south end of Waterhen Lake in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park, 10km north of Dorintosh. Cabins are in a meadow lined with aspen, spruce and pine.
Open year-round. 9 modern and 8 non-modern (shower house close-by), light-housekeeping, single room to three bedroom accommodation. Total capacity: 158. Furnaces or heaters, refrigerators, ranges or hotplates, dishes, cookware and utensils, bedding and linen.
From May to November. Spacious RV sites. 23 electrified and 4 non-electrified campsites, group camping, and adjacent Saskatchewan Government campground.
Picnic tables, barbecues, well-equipped playground, volleyball, tetherball, and horseshoes. Modern showerhouse, laundromat, boat launch and pier, and a beach.
16 foot aluminum boats with 20 hp outboard motors, waterskis and kneeboards, canoes, pedal boats and kayaks.
Open May to November, well stocked with groceries, confectionery, souvenirs, fishing tackle and licences, gasoline, and more.
Come back to the comfort of centrally-heated cabins after a day of ice fishing, snowmobiling, skating, cross-country skiing, or curling on the nearby rink.
Tawaw Cabins, Box 10, Dorintosh, Saskatchewan, S0M 0T0 Phone (306) 236-6716 Fax (306)236-5852.
FLOTTEN LAKE RESORT
Located on the Flotten River in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park, in a peaceful setting of balsam, fir and spruce. Open May 16 to October 5.
Main location: 6 modern cabins. Capacity: 35
Outpost at Mallard Lake: 1 non-modern cabin. Capacity: 6
10 electrified campsites.
Spring and Fall bear, white-tailed deer, moose, upland game bird and waterfowl.
Boat and motor rental. Marine fuel available.
Abram and Paula Rempel
1119 Ave H North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 2C8
Phone (306) 652-3319, Fax: (306) 652-3319
Box 121, Dorintosh, Saskatchewan, S0M 0T0
Phone and fax: (306) 236-1940
BIG ISLAND COVE RESORT
Located in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park, on the south side of Lac des Isle.
18 electrified site and 1 non-electrified site, group camping.
10 electrified campsites.
Professionally guided 6-day hunts for Spring and Fall black bear. Fall moose and white-tailed deer seasons. Spouses welcome.
Auto and marine fuels. Boat and motor rentals. Canoe rentals. Packed lunches. Licenses.
LeRoy and Brenda James
Box 146, Goodsoil, Saskatchewan, S0M 1A0
Phone: (306) 238-4648 Fax: (306) 238-4461
NORTHERN CROSS RESORT LTD
Lac Des Isles, Meadow Lake Provincial Park. 13 km west of Goodsoil.
6 semi-modern and 13 modern 1, 2 and 3-bedroom cabins.
Total capacity: 90. Set in tall pines. Bedding provided.
40 electrified and 20 non-electrified sites.
Open May to October. Wood barbecues. Firewood supplied. Picnic tables. Hiking trails. Clean, sandy beach and swimming area. Fishing. Volleyball. 'Little Tikes' play park and recreation room. Berry picking. Ducks and rabbits. Near airport and a 9-hole golf course.
Auto fuel. Boat and motor rental.
Jeff and Jodie Jesske
Box 69, Goodsoil, Saskatchewan, S0M 1A0
Phone: (306) 238-4608
Operates out of Pierceland.Base located at Muskeg Lake, 80 kms NE of Pierceland. Outpost at Kukuka Lake.
Modern accommodations for 6 in Pierceland.
Muskeg Lake: 1 modern 3-bedroom cabin. Accommodates 6
Kukuka Lake: 1 modern 2-bedroom cabin. Accommodates 6
Open for Spring and Fall bird and big game hunting seasons.
Auto fuel. Boat and motor rental. Canoe rental. Freezing service. Packed lunches.
Box 58, Pierceland, Saskatchewan, S0M 2K0
Phone and Fax: (306) 839-4611. Website: www.ncresort.com
Ministikwan Lake. Access via Highway 21 south from Pierceland.
Box 451, Pierceland, Saskatchewan, S0M 2K0
Phone (306) 837-4731 or (306) 837-4606
Fax (306) 837-4731
ox 63, Loon Lake, Saskatchewan, S0M 1L0
PINE COVE RESORT
Located on the north end of Loon Lake.
Furnished modern 4-plex, 2-bedroom units.
Modern 2-bedroom, all-season log cabins.
20 clean, modern campsites with electricity and sewage hookup.
Five connected lakes to explore.Boat and motor rentals. Boat launch. Marine gas.
Pike, pickerel and perch. Modern fish filleting house.
Well-equipped store and tackle shop.
CONTACTArt and Anne Huys
Box 147, Loon Lake, Saskatchewan, S0M 1L0
Phone or Fax: (306) 837-4612.
Squaw Creek Outfitters
Box 361, Loon Lake, Saskatchewan, S0M 1L0
Phone (306) 837-2295
Fax (306) 837-4705
Green Lake Lodge
Green Lake, featuring 21 miles of unpopulated, scenic lake up to 300 feet deep, and with access to many miles of river system. Tall, mature pine trees grace the cabin and campground areas, and there is a relaxing shore beach area.
Fourteen comfortable cabins, with gas heat, decks, lake view, and with fridges, stoves, dishes, etc. Ten cabins include running water and toilets while the four other non-modern cabins are located close to bathroom and shower building. Cabins accommodate 4, 6, 8, or 9 people each.
Camping sites on lakeshore or close to shore. Electrified or non-electrified. Convenient water supply outlets, fire pits, and picnic tables. Complimentary firewood supply.
Aluminum boats (14' and 16') with 20 hp motors for rent. Equipped with paddles, lifejackets, anchors, tubs, etc. Big and small paddle boats for rent. Boat launching and boat docking facilities.
Walleye, northern pike, whitefish, perch and lake trout. Week-long fishing derbies in certain peak seasons. Daily fishing hot-spot reports. Fish filleting house and freezing services.
Bear, deer, elk, moose, duck and goose.
Fully equiped with basic groceries, ice, fishing tackle, bait, licenses, gas, oil, and souvenirs.
Bait Master Hunting Camps
East side of Green Lake, with outposts at Cowan and Hillyer Lakes.
Base camp: modern in-house accommodation for 6.Cowan Lake: one non-modern cabin accommodation for 4.Hillyer Lake: one non-modern cabin accommodation for 4.
Open for Spring and Fall hunting seasons. Fully guided white-tail deer hunts. Fall combination hunts (bear and birds). All hunting done from tree stands over active baits.
Auto and marine fuel. Filleting service. Freezing service. Packed lunches.
Bryan and Sylvia Hoffart
Box 99, Green Lake, Saskatchewan, S0M 1B0
Phone: (306) 832-2084
Fax: (306) 832-2147
Makwa River Outfitters
Just east of Makwa.
Base camp: Modern log cabin sleeps 11. 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchenette, living & dining room.
5 1/2 day fully guided bear and deer hunts.