DescriptionMeadow Lake, in northwestern Saskatchewan, offers plenty of outdoor recreation, including fishing, hunting for big game, ducks and geese, and winter snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. The 18-hole Meadow Lake Golf Club is a mile south of town on Hwy. 4; phone (306) 236-6388. The Aquatic Centre, 615 Centre St., has a five-lane pool, wading pool, hot tub, climbing wall and an outdoor spray park; phone (306) 236-2686. Lions Regional Campground and RV Park is on 1st St. E., just off Hwy. 55; phone (306) 236-4447.
With 25 sparkling lakes, Meadow Lake Provincial Park is a haven for fishing, swimming, boating and camping. The park offers hiking trails, beaches, interpretive and recreational programs, cabins, a miniature golf course and a 179-kilometre (111-mi.) canoe route stretching along the Waterhen and Beaver rivers.
Of historical interest is Steele Narrows Provincial Historic Park, 72 kilometres (45 mi.) southwest via hwys. 304 and 26. The last armed conflict on Canadian soil occurred between Big Bear and his band of Cree First Nations and Maj. Sam Steele of the North West Mounted Police. The defeat of Big Bear on June 3, 1885, signaled the end of the Métis and First Nations rebellion that began in March 1885.
Visitor InfoMeadow Lake & District Chamber of Commerce 9th Avenue W. and Hwy. 4 MEADOW LAKE, SK S9X 1Y6. Phone:(306)236-4447
Things to SeeMeadow Lake & District Information Centre & Museum