List of lakes of Saskatchewan

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This is a list of lakes in Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan has a large number of lakes. Tourism Saskatchewan estimates the number of lakes to be around 100,000.[1] This list will begin by listing the major ones.


Larger lake statistics[edit]

Saskatchewan's principal lakes Canadian Shield with relevant information
LakeArea (km2)Altitude (m)Depth (m)Volume (km3)
Lake Athabasca7,935213
Reindeer Lake6,650337
Wollaston Lake2,681398
Cree Lake1,434487
Lac la Ronge1,413364
Peter Pond Lake1,434421
Doré Lake640459
Cold Lake

Sources Statistics Canada, WLD, anglersatlas.com

Scenic lake statistics[edit]

A few of Saskatchewan's scenic lakes Central Lowlands
LakeAdditional Information
Last Mountain Lake156 km2 (37,000 acres) of wetland and upland habitats maximum depth 30.8 m. National Wildlife Area [2]
Qu'Appelle LakesCalling Lakes / Katepwa Point Provincial Park[3]
Kenosee LakeMoose Mountain Provincial Park[4]
Fishing LakeFishing Lake Regional Park[5]
Jackfish LakeMeota Regional park[6]
Macklin LakeMacklin Lake Regional Park[7]
Madge LakeDuck Mountain Provincial Park [8]
Saltcoats LakeSaltcoats Regional Park[9][10]
Manitou LakeManitou Lake (A Division of Suffern Lake) Regional Park [11]
Big Quill LakeWynyard Beach Quill Lake
York LakeYork Lake Regional Park -Yorkton[12]
Great Manitou LakeMineral Lake[13]
Candle LakeProvincial park[14]

[15]

Lakes[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lakes - Tourism Saskatchewan". Tourism Saskatchewan. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area (LML NWA)". Environment Canada. Government of Canada. 2000-07-07. Retrieved 2007-04-08. 
  3. ^ "Katepwa Point Provincial Park - Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport -". Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2007-04-08. 
  4. ^ "Moose Mountain Provincial Park - Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport -". Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2007-04-08. 
  5. ^ "http://www.saskregionalparks.ca/showPark.php?id=fishinglake". Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association. Archived from the original on 2007-01-27. Retrieved 2007-04-08. 
  6. ^ Meota Regional park URL accessed 2007-04-08
  7. ^ Macklin Lake Regional Park URL accessed 2007-04-08
  8. ^ Duck Mountain Provincial Park URL accessed 2007-04-08
  9. ^ Saltcoats Regional Park URL accessed 2007-04-08
  10. ^ Sask Biz Community Profiles Geography URL accessed 2007-04-08
  11. ^ Manitou Lake (A Division of Suffern Lake) Regional Park URL accessed 2007-04-08
  12. ^ York Lake Regional Park URL accessed 2007-04-08
  13. ^ Lake of the Healing Waters URL accessed 2007-04-08
  14. ^ Lake Provincial Park , Candle Lake SK, Canada URL accessed 2007-04-08
  15. ^ 1926 Highway Map: Province of Saskatchewan (1926) SASKATCHEWAN'S BEAUTIFUL LAKES URL accessed 2007-04-08