Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan
|Resort Village of Manitou Beach|
|Incorporated Resort Village|
|Rural Municipality||Morris No. 312|
|Resort Village Incorporated||1919|
|• Mayor||Gerald Worobec|
|• Governing body||Manitou Beach Village Council|
|• Land||3.09 km2 (1.19 sq mi)|
|• Density||83.1/km2 (215/sq mi)|
|Postal code||S0K 4T1|
|Waterways||Little Manitou Lake|
Manitou Beach is a resort village in Saskatchewan, Canada, located on the shores of Little Manitou Lake, approximately 100 km east of Saskatoon, and 5 km north of the town of Watrous. It is a tourist destination with a Mineral Spa, Danceland dance hall, a 9-hole golf course and a Regional Park campground.
The waters at the beach are known for their high salinity and resulting buoyancy. The salt levels are such that one can even lie back and read a book while floating in suspension.
Manitou Beach had a population of 257 in the 2011 Canada Census, an increase of 10.3% from a 2006 Census population of 233. There were a total of 363 private dwellings of which 140 were occupied by year-round residents. The population density was 83.1 people per square km in a land area of 3.09 square km. The median age was 57.6.
- Resort Village of Manitou Beach official website
- Watrous and Manitou Beach website
- Map of Manitou Beach at Statcan
|West: Young||Manitou Beach||East: Drake|
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