Lake Delaronde is always great for sailing, swimming and of course fishing

Lake Delaronde, Saskatchewan

Deep, Natural Lake

Lake Delaronde, beautiful, natural, inspiring. A native lake with crystal clear waters as far as the eye can see: 34 miles long and deep, so deep. At a maximum depth of 180 feet, the lake is always great for sailing, swimming and of course fishing. These waters are ideal for myriad of fish life and is chock full of walleye, northern pike, perch and whitefish.

Just north of Saskatchewan’s extensive grain belt and west of Prince Albert National Park, Lake Delaronde, Big River and surrounding areas encompass some of the most beautiful and unspoiled nature Canada has to offer. With close proximity to Highway 55, this area is accessible all year long and offers four seasons of fun.

Recreational Activities

There are so many ways to enjoy this natural bounty: from fishing, hiking, camping and boating in the summer; to hunting and fishing in the autumn; to golfing, ATVing and fishing in the spring; to skiing, snowmobiling (Lake Delaronde is part of the Trans Canada Snowmobile Trail!) and ice-fishing in the winter.

Did we mention the fishing?

Friendly people, breath–taking scenery, abundant wildlife, and all the space you need to relax, this is life at Lake Delaronde. This is life the way it’s supposed to be!

Call today to set up an appointment and come see why John Dunn Estates at Lake Delaronde should be your newest address!