Emma Lake (Saskatchewan)

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Emma Lake
Location Lakeland No. 521, Saskatchewan
Coordinates 53°37′N 105°55′W / 53.617°N 105.917°W / 53.617; -105.917Coordinates: 53°37′N 105°55′W / 53.617°N 105.917°W / 53.617; -105.917
Basin countries Canada

Emma Lake is a combined campground, and lake. The area has a population of around 900 in the summertime, and 200 in the wintertime. Emma Lake is 45 kilometers north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and 5 kilometers from Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan.

Emma Lake consists of three smaller lakes and is located just to the south of the entrance to Prince Albert National Park. It lies within the District (formerly Rural Municipality) of Lakeland 521.

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