List of lakes of Saskatchewan

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This is an incomplete list of lakes of Saskatchewan, a province of Canada. Tourism Saskatchewan estimates the number of lakes to be around 100,000.[1] This list will begin by listing the major ones.

Larger lake statistics[edit]

Saskatchewan in Canada

"The total area of a lake includes the area of islands. Lakes lying across provincial boundaries are listed in the province with the greater lake area."[2]

Saskatchewan lakes larger than 400 km2 (150 sq mi)
Lake Area (includes islands) Altitude Depth max. Volume
Lake Athabasca[3][4] 7,935 km2 (3,064 sq mi) 213 m (699 ft) 124 m (407 ft) 204 km3 (49 cu mi)
Reindeer Lake[3][4] 6,650 km2 (2,570 sq mi) 337 m (1,106 ft) 219 m (719 ft) 95.25 km3 (22.85 cu mi)
Wollaston Lake[3][4] 2,681 km2 (1,035 sq mi) 398 m (1,306 ft) 97 m (318 ft) 39.8 km3 (9.5 cu mi)
Cree Lake[3][4] 1,434 km2 (554 sq mi) 487 m (1,598 ft) 60 m (200 ft) 17.6 km3 (4.2 cu mi)
Lac la Ronge[3][4] 1,413 km2 (546 sq mi) 364 m (1,194 ft) 42.1 m (138 ft) 17.6 km3 (4.2 cu mi)
Peter Pond Lake[3][4] 778 km2 (300 sq mi) 421 m (1,381 ft) 24 m (79 ft) 10.6 km3 (2.5 cu mi)
Doré Lake[3][4] 640 km2 (250 sq mi) 459 m (1,506 ft) 20.4 m (67 ft) 6.68 km3 (1.60 cu mi)
Churchill Lake[5] 559 km2 (216 sq mi) 421 m (1,381 ft) 24 m (79 ft) 4.88 km3 (1.17 cu mi)
Deschambault Lake[6] 542 km2 (209 sq mi) 324 m (1,063 ft) 22.4 m (73 ft) 3.35 km3 (0.80 cu mi)
Frobisher Lake[7] 516 km2 (199 sq mi) 421 m (1,381 ft) 19 m (62 ft) 2.18 km3 (0.52 cu mi)
Black Lake[2] 464 km2 (179 sq mi) 281 m (922 ft)
Montreal Lake[2] 454 km2 (175 sq mi) 490 m (1,610 ft)
Primrose Lake[2] 448 km2 (173 sq mi) 599 m (1,965 ft)
Amisk Lake[2] 430 km2 (170 sq mi) 294 m (965 ft)
Lake Diefenbaker[8] 430 km2 (170 sq mi) 556.8 m (1,827 ft) 66 m (217 ft) 9.4 km3 (2.3 cu mi)
Pinehouse Lake[2] 404 km2 (156 sq mi) 384 m (1,260 ft)

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NASA image of Saskatchewan and a portion of Manitoba.
Sunrise over frozen Christopher Lake
Cold Lake viewed from Meadow Lake Provincial Park, Saskatchewan.
B-Say-Tah Point on Echo Lake one of the Fishing Lakes
Ice break-up on Lac La Loche May 13, 2013

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lakes - Tourism Saskatchewan". Tourism Saskatchewan. Retrieved May 13, 2009. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f Atlas of Canada. "Rivers in Canada". Archived from the original on 4 April 2007. Retrieved 2015-03-17. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Principal lakes, elevation and area, by province and territory". Statistics Canada. 2005-02-02. Retrieved 2015-03-11. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "World Lake Database (Lakes in Canada)". Retrieved 2015-02-21. 
  5. ^ "World Lake Database (Churchill Lake)". Retrieved 2012-10-13. 
  6. ^ "World Lake Database (Deschambault Lake)". Retrieved 2015-02-21. 
  7. ^ "World Lake Database (Frobisher Lake)". Retrieved 2015-02-21. 
  8. ^ "World Lake Database (Lake Diefenbaker)". Retrieved 2015-01-09.