Morin Lake

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For another lake, see Morin Lake (Minnesota).
Morin Lake
Location Saskatchewan
Coordinates 55°10′00″N 105°50′02″W / 55.16667°N 105.83389°W / 55.16667; -105.83389Coordinates: 55°10′00″N 105°50′02″W / 55.16667°N 105.83389°W / 55.16667; -105.83389
Basin countries Canada

Morin Lake is a small lake northwest of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Saskatchewan Highway 55 provides access to the regional park which is via a turn off 15 kilometers south of the highway.[1] It is a popular summer destination, with its campgrounds and cabins. Nearby communities include Victoire and Debden.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mile By Mile Media (2007), Saskatchewan Road Map Travel Guide: #55 Town of Smeaton to City of ..., retrieved 2007-11-01