Tourism – Surrounding Area

Whether you are an avid nature lover or sportsman we are located in the heart of some of the best nature has to offer.  With 100 lakes within 50 miles, there is always a lot to explore.  Being in the heart of such amazing country with large expanses of land, wilderness and bodies of water, this region can proudly say that we have some of the best fishing and hunting anywhere in Canada. Check out some of the things to do.

Que vous soyez un mordu de la nature ou un sportif, Debden est situé au cœur de la nature : plusieurs lacs é moins de 50 miles.  Etant situé au cœur d’un tel paysage avec des bêtes sauvages et de vastes lacs et rivières, on peut fièrement dire que nous avons les meilleures régions pour la chasse et la pêche au Canada!


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Morin Lake Regional Park

Morin Lake, Saskatchewan

Morin Lake Regional Park is situated on the shores of Morin Lake. Nestled within the Thickwood Hills, neighboring the Hamlet of Victoire and 14 km West of the Village of Debden. Its deep crystal clear waters are home to many species of fish. The lake has natural sand beaches, an island and a wonderful sand bar, which juts out into the lake in low water conditions. The lake is excellent for swimming, skiing, boating, canoeing, fishing and scuba diving. The park boasts well treed, private sites, modern washrooms, boat launch fish filleting station, nature trail and a brand new playground. Unique to our park are our Reunion Grounds which is separate from the campground, which is comparable to renting your own private campground. The park has a friendly staff ready to make your stay an enjoyable one.

The Park, open May long weekend to Labor Day long weekend, has 53 spacious and well-sheltered sites.

The Reunion Grounds are available for family or class reunions, baseball tournaments, weddings, or any large gathering. On site for your private use is a 40 feet x 60 feet covered pavilion with kitchen and storage facilities, modern bathrooms with flush toilets and running water, picnic tables, 13 serviced campsites have 15 amp/water, additional non-serviced overflow camping, a large fire pit, and two baseball diamonds, swing set, sandbox and horseshoe pits.

The Morin Lake Regional Park Board cordially invites you to visit the Park and hope you have a pleasant and fun filled stay.

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