Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

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Let the breeze off vast Lake Diefenbaker clear your mind and invigorate your body at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.  This ruggedly beautiful park of steep hills, razorback ridges, wooded ravines and native prairie celebrates an historic crossing on the South Saskatchewan River.  This area was first used by generations of Indian and Métis bison hunters, later, it became the site of a steamboat landing and ferry crossing that serviced traffic on the historic Battleford Trail.  Once you have settled in, you can kick back and relax on the beach, harness the breeze with a thrilling run on a windsurfer or try your luck angling for some of the 11 species of game fish available in the most popular fishing lake in Saskatchewan.