Project Description


Enjoy our beach, boating, trails, and Canada’s largest indoor mineral spa. With bird watching, entertainment, golf and other sporting events, there truly is something for everyone!

A group of children playing on the beach
The Main Beach

Swimming access to Little Manitou Lake is located centrally, close to several restaurants, accommodations, and entertainment.

  • Maclachlan Ave.
    Manitou Beach, SK

A rainbow-sail boat

A highlight for many visitors to Little Manitou Lake. The marina, located at the East end of Lake Ave provides several docks. The 17 mile long lake and Saskatchewan breezes are a sailor’s dream.

  • Manitou Beach, SK.

Wellington Park
Wellington Park

A place of peace and tranquility. A flowing stream is shaded by numerous trees and is the perfect place for a picnic. There are fire pits, new stone ovens, picnic tables and a playground for the kids.

  • Manitou Beach, SK.

Manitou Springs Mineral Spa

Canada’s largest indoor mineral spa—enjoy the benefits of Little Manitou Lake 12 months of the year. Heated between 93 and 103 degrees Fahrenheit, the warm, soothing water enables you to simply relax and float your cares away.

Also enjoy the pool side café, Gift Store, and Water’s Edge restaurant in this all inclusive resort.


You are welcome to drop in at Danceland to tour the historic building. Toonie Tuesdays offer family entertainment, dinner and dancing, and feature bands all year long.

Bryan Mierau Photography
Bryan Mierau Photography

Bryan has a variety of different images displayed for sale. His images are produced as Fine Art Prints. “I believe in a quality product for a good price, and I use a Canadian online photo printing company which produces an exceptional product with my images”.


Three different opportunities for the golf enthusiast include a beautiful 9 hole golf course with a fantastic restaurant, the mini-putt venue,and a 9 hole disc golf course as well.

  • Manitou Beach, SK

Watrous Manitou Beach Heritage Centre

The Watrous -Manitou Beach Heritage Centre is located in Watrous on Main Street. The Centre opened in June of 2019 and seeks to preserve and display the history of Watrous, Manitou Beach, CBK and the area.  Some features include: the Orin McIntosh collection of scale model historic buildings, the CBK Radio room, local First Nations artifacts, and a hands on Post Office. Also included is an in depth history of Manitou Beach, located on Little Manitou Lake, the lake of healing waters. The exhibits at the Centre continue to be developed in 2020.

Lakeside Country Inn Watercraft Rentals

The Ultimate ‘Floating Family Fun’!  Experience Little Lake Manitou through low-impact personal watercraft!

Paddle Boards  $20/hr;

Hydrobike  $25/hr;

Kayaks  $25/hr;

Pedal Boats  $25/hr;

Canoes  $30/hr

Flea Market
Flea Market

This outdoor Flea Market runs every Sunday at 8:00 a.m., from the May long weekend to the Labour Day long weekend. Vendors sell a variety of items including produce, baking, antiques, collectibles, clothing, and estate sale items. New vendors are always welcome.

A forest walking trail
Walking Trails

Three routes are suggested from 0.9km to 5.2km long. The “trailhead” signage is located beside the Manitou Community Hall.

An art gallery
Gallery on 3rd

Featuring exhibits by artists from the surrounding area as well as exhibits from Arts on the Move, provided by the Organization of Sask Arts Councils (OSAC). The Gallery on 3rd is operated by volunteers through WAAC.

All Saints Anglican Church Window
All Saints Anglican Church Window

Visit the All Saints Anglican Church to view the historic stained glass window from the mid-19th century.

  • Corner of Main St & 4th Ave.
    Watrous, SK

  • 306.946.3542 (Ray Hall)

A group of adults in a swimming pool

Swimming – the Jr. Olympic-sized Swimming pools offer lessons and public swim times.

  • Watrous, SK.