Saskatchewan Boating License
Saskatchewan is one of the Canadian Prairie Provinces, and bordering it is Alberta, Manitoba and the Northwest Territories as well as Montana and North Dakota. Despite having no coast, Saskatchewan still delivers many fantastic boating opportunities thanks in no small part to its 100,000-plus array of lakes as well as its hundreds of rivers and countless other waterways. Saskatchewan draws outdoor enthusiasts from all around to experience its power boating, jet skiing, sail boating, kayaking, whitewater rafting, fishing, swimming and a lot more that is all tied directly into a national park system that offers stunning scenery, unparalleled hiking, thrilling camping and so much more.
One of Saskatchewan Canada's most popular water destinations is the Little Manitou Lake, which is located at Manitou Beach near the Town of Watrous. Little Manitou Lake is so intriguing to locals and visitors alike because there is nothing else quite like it in the Western Hemisphere. Little Manitou Lake is a small saltwater lake sustained by unusual underground springs that formed during the last ice age due to receding glaciers. From all over, people come for the lake's healing properties (high sodium) as well as the area's diverse entertainment. Beyond Little Manitou Lake, the area boasts an amazing array of experiences including various fishing and boating charters.