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Ecotourism lodges and resorts in Saskatchewan's spectacular outdoor wilderness

Northern forests cloak crystalline lakes, river rapids, canyons and waterfalls. Explore a rich and fascinating history, from dinosaur digs to ancient Aboriginal artifacts


The best way of describing this beautiful province is to say that there are 142 national, historical, provincial and regional parks to be visited and explored. There are more outdoor activities here than anywhere else in Canada...

The haunting howl of a wolf on a quiet northern night, antelope bounding across the southern grasslands, sage grouse strutting their stuff in an elaborate mating ritual, the awesome spectacle of hundreds of thousands of waterfowl darkening the sky during fall migration. All this and more is easily accessible on Saskatchewan eco-tourism holidays.

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Sask River Tours Sask River Tours

Activities: Houseboat Rentals, Chartered Cruises/Tour Boat, Family, Eco-Adventure, Educational

The Palliser Queen has 4 queen size beds, one king size bed and 5 twin beds. There are 2 full bathrooms with showers. One half bath & one outdoor shower. There's an 8-person hot tub on the upper deck. Propane fireplace. Dual 8.5 cubic foot fridge/freezers. It's the largest houseboat for rental in North America due to its 64 by 27 foot width. The uniqueness of the paddle wheel is reminiscent of the steamboat era & is the main form of propulsion.

Summer Breeze & Wish You Were Here have both been recently refurbished. They each have 4 double beds and 2 twin beds. The drives in both boats have been rebuilt. The units have generators for small appliances and full bathroom (includes tub & shower) in each. They are each 45 by 14 feet wide.

The M/V Betty Lou is a DOT licensed vessel for up to 40 passengers with cruise, bar & meal options. Some tours feature steak supper & dance, afternoon cold plate & afternoon rainbow trout dinner cruise. Tours include historical, archeological, bird watching & more." Spend a few hours, a day, a weekend or a week cruising the sparkling waters of beautiful Lake Diefenbaker.

Facilities:
Houseboat Rentals & Chartered Cruises
Dining Room - Yes
Store - No
Open June - September
Children - Yes
Docking - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - Yes
Beach - No
Language - English

Athabaska Eco Expeditions

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Canoeing, Hiking, Family,

Athabasca Eco Expeditions, offers you the chance to experience the wonders of Athabasca country. Lake Athabasca is the largest lake in Saskatchewan, and is in the north-west corner of the province, just below the 60th parallel. Highlights include the unique and expansive Athabasca Sand Dunes that extend along much of the south shore, and the rugged grandeur of the Precambrian Shield along the north shore. Enjoy all this, plus pristine lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Athabasca Eco Expeditions can tailor your adventure from independent expeditions deep in the wilderness to guided excursions from our comfortable Otherside River Lodge. If you prefer, you can bring all your own gear and food, or have us supply everything including guides.

Situated in a protected bay at the mouth of the Otherside River, our lodge is the perfect place to begin your wilderness adventure, or to take a break after an excursion and enjoy all the comforts of home including delicious home cooking. The lodge complex features suites with separate bedrooms, indoor plumbing and showers, propane heaters, electric blankets, and 24-hour electricity.
In the summer guests fly charter from Saskatoon every Saturday morning. We pick you up for the short flight by float plane to Otherside River Lodge. Settle into a gorgeous wilderness campsite, do shorter trips while staying at our lodge, or "grand tour" of the north-the choice is yours.

Every season is special. Many visitors plan trips in late August and the early fall to see spectacular displays of northern lights, with fall colors reaching their peak. Winter brings new adventures with snowshoeing, skiing, exploring by dog sled or snowmobile, and the possibility of seeing timber wolves or caribou. We can even arrange for you to spend time with a trapper out on the trap line.

Facilities:
Lodge Suites - Wilderness Campsites
Dining Room - Yes
Store - No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
Language - English


Josdal Camps

Activities: Fishing, Nature, Canoeing, Hiking, Family,

We offer high quality remote wilderness fishing. There is only one cabin on each lake, and you have exclusive use of that lake, there are no other people there. A true wilderness experience awaits you. These camps are located 70 to 100 miles Northeast of La Ronge in Northern Saskatchewan. They are located in the very heart of the Canadian Precambrian Shield, a heavily forested country with thousands of lakes. "Our goal is simple. We offer superior fishing opportunities for walleye, northern pike, and lake trout, and high quality equipment. You drive the boats, cook the meals, and fillet the fish. Guides are not necessary.

Package includes return flight from Missinipe, cabin, all utensils, 14 foot boats, life jackets, nets, quiet 4-stroke Outboards, fuels, electric generators, refrigerator & freezing facilities, stove, maps, barbecues, and emergency radios.

We offer a wilderness experience at Settee Lake where you can relax and enjoy the solitude, or explore the lake with the canoes provided. Experience a true unspoiled wilderness where around every bend, a new natural delight awaits you. Wildlife thrives in the thickly wooded hills, along the shores and on the islands. Bring your camera, lots of film and your sense of adventure.

Travel north to La Ronge and drive 50 miles north to Missinipe. We will have arranged flights with Osprey Wings, an aircraft charter company, to fly you direct to your camp.

Facilities:
Outpost Cabins
Dining Room - No
Store - No
Open June - September
Children - Yes
Play Area - No
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
Language - English

Forest House Eco Lodge

Activities: Nature, Canoeing, Hiking, Family,

Forest House Eco-Lodge, a unique, remote site nestled in the Boreal Forest of Canada's vast Precambrian shield. Forest House is a tranquil utopia, 8 kilometers and 4 portages from the road, but a world apart! Forest House, located near McLennan Lake, is the areas first venture into true Eco-tourism. Get acquainted with the lodge's ecologically engineered energy and waste management systems. Find out about successful gardening in a micro-climate at 55 degrees north latitude. Join in nature walks and boreal forest ecology talks and learn about edible and medicinal plants of the north from an expert ethnobotanist. Take canoeing lessons from certified instructors, then explore the small scenic lakes in the area. Soak up the wilderness ambiance at the lakeside sauna.

The accommodations offer first class comfort and rustic elegance. Forest House is the only facility located on Anonymous Lake. Cabins can accommodate two different parties of five guests, or one large party of up to ten people. After a day of hiking or canoeing, relax in our bathhouse/sauna located right on the lake. Packages are all inclusive: as well as accommodation and guiding, we provide you with breakfast, a pack lunch, and dinner, every day you are with us. Our varied menu includes vegetables and fruit grown on site, wild rice and local fresh fish. As well, guests have free access to canoes and other recreational equipment.

The pristine wilderness offers outstanding solitude and tranquility and some of the best canoe country in the world. We are dedicated to ecologically responsible activities and technology and we have a lifetime of managing an ecologically sustainable facility in the Wilderness. Spring, summer, fall or winter, Forest House is an Eco-Adventure vacation destination that you won't soon forget.

Facilities:
Lodge and Cabins
Dining Room - Yes
Store - No
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area - Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach -Yes
Language - English





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