Meadow Lake Provincial Park is a string of sparkling lakes refreshed by the winding Waterhen River and set in a 100-km stretch of lush boreal forest. It is one of Saskatchewan’s most popular parks, but it is also one of the largest. That means you can choose a setting as tranquil as a soaring eagle or as lively as a trio of teens tubing behind a motorboat.
At more than 1,600 square kilometers in area and featuring more than 20 lakes and a handful of rivers and streams, Meadow Lake Provincial Park can be an entirely new experience from one visit to the next. Kick back at some of the best beaches in Saskatchewan, boat or windsurf at a new spot every day, or take a quiet paddle down a rugged shoreline for a close-up view of loons, grebes, ducks and maybe even a browsing moose or a great blue heron. Wake up your senses at Meadow Lake Provincial Park.
Come see why this place is an enduring favourite for many vacationers.
At Meadow Lake Provincial Park the Saskatchewanderer suggests