Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
Straddling the South Saskatchewan River Valley at the west end of Lake Diefenbaker, the Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park celebrates the site of the first historic crossing on the South Saskatchewan River. A great area to be enjoyed by all ages, the park is famous for its fishing, sunbathing and hiking opportunities. In addition, this park features several interpretive trails and historic sites, including the handsome Goodwin House. The boat launch is located on the north side of the lake, while the main beach area, located on the west side of the park, is a perfect place to enjoy a warm summer's day.