Looking for a double scoop of summertime fun? How about sunning, swimming or parasailing at one of the biggest natural beaches in southern Saskatchewan? Or maybe you would prefer to troll for trophy walleye, sail down 100-km-long Last Mountain Lake or gather the gang for a round of beach volleyball, baseball or mini-golf? Rowan’s Ravine Provincial Park is less than an hour northwest of Regina and offers a wide array of summertime recreational opportunities.
Those who prefer fixed-roof accommodations might consider the camping cabins. A convenience store and gas station are located nearby as well as a licensed restaurant overlooking the lake.
Terra-firma fans can watch for whitetail and mule deer on the native prairie hiking trail. If you are a fan of winged wildlife and efforts to preserve it, you will not want to miss Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area. Established in 1887, this bird sanctuary at the north end of the lake is the oldest in North America.