ONLINE RESERVATIONS FOR WATERCRAFT RENTAL WILL OPEN MARCH 1, 2024
ONLINE RESERVATIONS FOR MOORAGE & STORAGE SLIP/SITE OPENS APRIL 6, 2024
We are now accepting applications for summer jobs. Check out our employment page
We acknowledge that we are on the traditional lands of the Cree Peoples, signatories to Treaty 6, and the Homeland of the Metis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Metis ancestors of this special place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre is the most diverse marina in Saskatchewan and the largest inland marina in Western Canada
With three (3) marinas for you to choose from each with their own unique experience, we welcome you to enjoy the open water, breathtaking views, and fun to be had by all.
The Waskesiu Marina Adventure Centre (Main Marina) features 322 moorage slips, 134 secured dryland storage sites, 6 launch pads, dockside fueling station, fish filleting shack, an abundance of day parking, and offers 5 different types of rental watercraft, boat cleaning station, washrooms, National Park Fishing Permits, fishing tackle, confectionery and more!
The Heart Lakes Marina affords access to three smaller bodies of water for excellent canoe and kayak paddling, great fishing and access to the secluded and beautiful unspoiled Crean Lake. This Marina features 9 moorage slips, 2 launch pads, fish filleting shack, abundance of day parking, pit toilets and offers 4 different types of rental watercraft. It offers National Park Fishing Permits, fishing tackle and confectionery.
The Narrows Marina affords access to great fishing and sightseeing on the west end of Waskesiu Lake. This Marina features 20 moorage slips, dryland storage, a launchpad, fish filleting house, an abundance of day parking, pit toilets and day use picnic area. This Marina is within walking distance of the Narrows Campground. The Narrows offers 4 different types of rental watercraft, National Park Fishing Permits, fishing tackle, confectionery and a small line of basic camping supplies.
Follow HWY 264 past the town site approximately 7kms and turn left at the sign shortly after the bridge