Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Flotten Lake boreal forest
|Districts||Rural Municipality, Beaver River No. 622 / Meadow Lake No. 588|
|Cities||near city of Meadow Lake, near villages of Goodsoil Dorintosh, Pierceland|
|Area||1,600 km2 (618 sq mi)|
|Length||113 km (70 mi)|
|Width||32 km (20 mi)|
|Provincial park conservation area||March 10, 1959,|
|Website : http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/MeadowLake|
Meadow Lake Provincial Park is a northern boreal forest recreational park on the Waterhen River (Saskatchewan). It is accessed centrally through Goodsoil. The village of Goodsoil is located approximately 78 km (48.5 mi.) west of Meadow Lake. The eastern entrance to the park is located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of Dorintosh. The western gateway into the Meadow Lake Provincial Park is via the village of Pierceland. The park encompasses over 20 lakes in an area of 1,600 square kilometers.
Goodsoil is located on the junction of Saskatchewan Highway 55 and Sk Hwy 26. Follow SK Hwy 224 north out of Goodsoil. Dorintosh is located on Sk Hwy 4 at the intersection with Sk Hwy 26. Follow Sk Hwy 4 to the eastern park entrance. Access to the Meadow Lake Park via Pierceland is provided by Sk Hwy 21 which has recently seen upgrades
enabling the development of
tourism opportunities at Meadow Lake Provincial Park
— Transportation Minister Mark Wartman, 
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