Explore Watrous and Manitou Beach Attractions !

There are many things to see and do in the Watrous – Manitou Beach Recreation Area.  Here are some samples of what is available.

Manitou Springs Resort & Mineral Spa  

Located on MacLachlan Ave. at Manitou Beach.
Ph: 1-306-946-2233

Home to Canada’s largest indoor mineral spa, you are able to enjoy the benefits of Little Manitou Lake 12 months of the year. Heated between 93 and 103 degrees Fahrenheit, the warm, soothing water enables you to simply relax and float your cares away.

The newly renovated 102-room resort also features an expanded Serenity Massage and Esthetics offering a full line of treatments using the very minerals found in the lake. The hotel includes a large expanded gift shop, the new Water’s Edge Restaurant and Lounge with views of the lake, the pool side Water Crest Café, Convention, meeting, and catering services, and a 7000 square foot outdoor patio!


Located at 511 Lake Ave., Manitou Beach
Ph: 1-800-267-5037

If the walls of this structure could talk, they would tell the musical history of not only a province but also a country. From the big band era through the decades of country acts including one of Canada’s most successful country acts Prairie Oyster, Danceland has hosted a who’s who list of music greats.

Once a seasonal venue, Danceland now offers year-round entertainment.  Visitors are encouraged to stop by for a tour and those who take a twirl on the horsehair floor are quick to sing its praises and make a return trip to the floor. Throughout the summer, there is always something on tap, from dance lessons to dining and dances, this family-friendly venue offers something for everyone.

“Toonie Tuesdays” are back for the summer. Enjoy the family fun and dance at Danceland for only a toonie every Tuesday evening!

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Manitou Beach Golf Club 

Located on Highway #365 at Manitou Beach.
Ph: 1-306-946-2861.

The beautiful Manitou Beach Golf Club offers beginning and seasoned golfers a challenge. Bordered by mature trees, the nine-hole course is a beautiful walk of 3,048 yards, par 36 with a 119 slope rating for men and a 114 slope rating for women. Dotted with bunkers and water hazards, golfers will find themselves booking subsequent tee-times.

Manitou Campground

Located on Hwy #365 at Manitou Beach.
Ph: 1-306-946-2588
Reservations:  Click here.

Camp at one of Saskatchewan’s most popular campgrounds—Manitou & District Regional Park.

You will find over 230 sites from non-electric to service 

from which to choose the perfect spot. Each site includes: picnic table, pole barbeque with two camp kitchens with a 50-person capacity available free to registered campers.

Manitou and District Regional Park is an ideal location for hosting reunions or your next gathering. All washroom facilities have been updated since 2015. Firewood is available for purchase and family pets are welcome! 

The Beach

What summer would be complete without spending some time at a sandy beach! Manitou has three beaches with shower and washroom facilities at each. There are playgrounds available for the kids, so you can relax and soak up the sun. You can try out the legendary waters of Manitou the same way our aboriginal forebearers did— with a dip in the lake.

Wellington Park

Located on Hunter St., Manitou Beach.

Wellington Park is a place of peace and tranquillity. A flowing stream is shaded by numerous trees and is the perfect place for a picnic. There are firepits, picnic tables and a playground for the kids.

A walking trail connects Wellington to the regional campground for those interested in a stroll. Saskatoon berries can also be found in abundance.

Drive-In at Manitou Beach

Located on Highway #365 at Manitou Beach.
For more information and show times, click here.

The Drive-In at Manitou Beach is one of only four drive-in theatres left in Saskatchewan, providing the opportunity to watch an outdoor movie under a prairie night sky. This Drive-In is unique because it also offers an inside movie theatre for 24 people. The high quality digital projector provides a high quality cinematic experience!

Don’t forget to find the Twister Combine. An actual movie prop from the movie “Twister”!

Manitou Mini Golf

Located on Hwy #365 across from Manitou Golf Course and near the Campground.

Open May Long Weekend to Sept. Long Weekend
Hours: 10am-10pm
Ph: 306-250-4801

Enjoy 18 holes at Manitou Mini-Golf and putt through replicas of some of the historical buildings of Watrous and Manitou Beach!

Long Lake Bird Sanctuary

The Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area.
Ph: 306.836.2022
GPS: N51&deg 25.018  W105&deg 14.338

The north end of Last Mountain Lake is one of the Prairie Provinces’ most important waterfowl staging areas and is a crucial “refueling stop” for waterfowl and other water and land birds on their way from the Arctic to the southern United States. Over 280 species of birds have been recorded and over 100 of these species have been

documented to breed in the area.

1887 Dominion Government Order in Council set aside just over 1000 hectares to create the Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary. It addition to being the first officially protected wildlife area in what was to become Saskatchewan, it was the first designation of a bird sanctuary in North America.

So much to see and do at Manitou!

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