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Last Mountain Lake
Last Mountain Lake, also known as Long Lake, is a prairie lake formed from glaciation 11,000 years ago. It is located about 40 km northwest of Regina adjacent to the Qu'Appelle Valley. Last Mountain Lake is 93 km long and only 3 km wide at its widest point.
The Regina area is known for it's sweeping prairie landscape. But, at Last Mountain Lake the marshes, valleys and woodlands create a unique environment. The lake is a popular resort area for residents of southeastern Saskatchewan. Several resort communities such as Arlington Beach, Grandview Beach, Eldora Beach, Regina Beach, Saskatchewan Beach, Buena Vista, Glen Harbour, Alice and Wee Too Beach, Colesdale Park, Spring Bay, Pelican Pointe, Sunset Cove, Island View, Etter's Beach, and Mohr's Beach are on the shores of the lake.
Near the town of Strasbourg along the lake's eastern shore is Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park. This park includes a full service marina for boaters, a full service campground, restaurant, mini-golf, and other facilities. The marina is often used by recreational boaters. Last Mountain Lake is the perfect spot for year-round recreation from water sports to snowmobiling.
The nearby Town of Lumsden is known for its arts and crafts, and the fresh produce that is available from nearby market gardens.
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