Lake Diefenbaker

Lake Diefenbaker is located is located 45 km north of Swift Current. With 800 kilometres of shoreline, it is the largest body of water in Southwest Saskatchewan. It is known for golfing, boating and world class walleye fishing.

Lake Diefenbaker features four major parks, including Sask Landing Provincial Park. The lake is adjacent to the Coteau Hills, which offer rugged hills and wooded valleys. Along the shoreline, you will find beaches and towering sandcastles.

Sask Landing is also the site of historic Goodwin House. This landmark building was a stagecoach station back in 1900 and served for 9 years as a dispatch for the North West Mounted Police. The building operates today as a visitor centre for the park.