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Crooked Lake is part of a series of prairie lakes connected by the Qu'Appelle River in southern Saskatchewan. It is situated in a scenic portion of the Qu'Appelle Valley (a.k.a Echo Valley) which was formed by glaciers many years ago. This lake community offers many recreational activities including beaches, swimming, camping, boating, watersports, fishing, hiking, and golfing. Cabins and cottages can be rented or bought along the shores of the lake for year round use and enjoyment. Some residents live at the lake full time and commute into the nearby towns for work.
Access to the lake is provided by turning north on Highway 47 from the Trans-Canada at Grenfell, Sask. Once in the valley Highway 247 runs along the north shore of the lake and it provides access to many of the residences, recreational areas, as well as the Crooked Lake Provincial Park.
Crooked Lake has excellent fishing. Perch, pike and walleye are plentiful in both the winter and summer. In the winter the lake is covered with ice fishing huts and it is a social outing to go out on the ice and fish.
The Last Oak Golf and Country Club is nestled in the picturesque Qu’Appelle Valley which extends across southeast Saskatchewan. Its rugged hills with fluted folds provide a scenic backdrop to natural areas like Crooked Lake Provincial Park and the golf course
The fully-irrigated championship 18-hole course is located about 100 miles east of Regina on the Cowessess First Nation. At par 72, the full length 6,558 yard course makes use of the hilly terrain with a slope of 72. The creek that meanders through the valley floor also comes into play on 12 holes. Golfers face a long front nine but a shorter back nine. On all 18 holes, a premium is placed on accurate tee and iron shots because of water, bush and trees. Post game, golfers can enjoy an ultra-modern air conditioned clubhouse with full services and a pro shop.
Situated in a scenic portion of the Qu’Appelle Valley, featuring mixed prairie grass, groves of trembling aspen and patches of American Elm, lies Crooked Lake Provincial Park. Your suntan is guaranteed in a lakeside campsite or on the sandy beach. There are two nearby resorts – ask Crooked Lake Golf and Country Club about their stay-and-play golf packages.
Green Fees: 9-holes for $23, 18-holes for $30,plus tax. Juniors 9-holes for $12, 18-holes for $18. All rates subject to change.
Public Tee Times: Dawn to Dusk, 7 days a week.
Season: April through October
For more information please visit: http://www.saskgolfer.com/lastoak
Cowessess First Nation Shopping Mall
The mall has seven leased outlets including:
Several resorts make up this area including:
Cedar Cove offers gorgeous sandy beaches with a gradual slope to the water for safe swimming and easy boat access, and majestic views year-round. There is something for everyone no matter what the season. Recreational activities include ATVing, snowmobiling, and hiking trails right from your doorstep. Cedar Cove boasts fully serviced camping spots and two shower houses. Enjoy the swimming or catch some rays on the beautiful sand beach.
Cedar Cove Convenience Store
A convenience store right in the resort. It is open from 9:00am – 8:00pm everyday when we are in full season, which is July 1st, to September Long Weekend. It offers everything that you will need. We are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday May thru June.
Seasonal sites and overnight camping:
Cedar cover offers Seasonal Sites from $1200 – $1600 + GST and a $200 tax that goes directly to the RM of Grayson, per season. With these sites you get power, water, and sewer hookups. No need to ever move your RV. We also offer you the option to keep your RV at our site all year round, which means you no longer have to pull it home and find winter storage. We also allow you to bring in your own pîers and boat lifts in our designated boating area. Available are two shower houses with washroom facilities. Laundromat facilities are located at Cowessess. We have a very family friendly Resort, with a playground and a beautiful sandy beach. Everything you want is within walking distance.
Overnight camping is offered as well at $30 per night + GST. With overnight camping you get power, water, and sewer hookups.
Rental Suite/RV Rental Available
A two bedroom walk out suite is available for rent. It is 1000 sq ft with kitchen/fridge, stove, dishwasher and washer and dryer. It is furnished an comes with satellite TV. This suite sleeps 6 comfortably and is new and modern. You have access to a fire pit, barbecue and hot tub. It is not lake front but looks onto a park. We rent for a minimum of three days at $450. 7 days is $800 and 2 weeks is $1400. Please call 306-794-4926 for availability or send in your requested reservation through the reservation tab or email email@example.com.
A fifth wheel located on a seasonal site that can be rented for the entire season for $4,400.00 + GST (includes water, power and septic). We will also rent it out weekly for $910.00. The trailer sleeps 6, has a fridge, stove, TV, VCR, microwave, shower and air conditioning. All the dishes are included, as well as pots and pans. Towels, sheets and bedding is included, there is a vacuum, and a hair blower as well as a deep fryer. There is an attached deck and a barbecue. This trailer is located in a well established area of Cedar Cove and has a lot of trees. Please call 306-794-4926 to find out further information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunset Beach is located at the east end of the lake boasts a history that spans more than 100 years. The resort offers a full service convenience store and gas bar, stocked with goodies to fill your every vacation need. You can take advantage of the bountiful fishing, as there is a boat launch available. If camping is your pleasure, Sunset Beach has 22 campsites.
Also, every Sunday from the May Long weekend to the September long weekend, from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm Sunset Beach hosts a Farmers Flea Market.
The Village of Melville Beach is a quiet resort village that is home to cottages and campers alike. The Cottage Owners Association takes care of the grounds, making sure that the grass is always cut, the bathrooms are always clean, the park equipment is safe for children to play on, and the beach is full of soft sand. Melville Beach also has a small picnic area, a huge open lot to play sports in, a campground, a store, a boat launch, and cabins for rent. For the outdoors enthusiast, there is a hiking hill located just across the highway from Melville Beach. Atop the hill, you will be witness to a spectacular view of Crooked Lake.
CROOKED LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK
The park has undergone some significant changes to start the 2012 camping season. A newly constructed service centre featuring a wheelchair accessible washroom and shower facilities. Also proposed is a smaller service centre and washrooms located centrally in the campground. The park currently has 94 electrified campsites, including 21 seasonal sites and six non-electrified sites.
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