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Situated in northwestern Saskatchewan, about a 90-minute drive from Lloydminster, lies the Rural Municipality of Loon Lake. The population of the RM is approximately 800, with the majority living in the towns of Loon Lake and Makwa. Encompassing 2,805 square kilometres, the Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation reserve is also contained within the RM’s boundaries.

Makwa Lake Provincial Park

  • Listen for the call of the loon at Makwa Lake Provincial Park. Made up of an expansive forest connecting five lakes, this park features three campgrounds, multiple sandy beaches, service centers, hiking trails and a beach access wheelchair for persons with mobility needs. While in the area, visit nearby Steele Narrows Provincial Park, the site of the final battle of the North-West Resistance.
  • Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the Stabler Point Campground in the Makwa Lake Provincial Park. This scenic campground is situated between Big Jumbo and Little Jumbo Lakes and offers a variety of water and beach-related activities. Campground also close to golf course.
  • Situated in jack pine forest and close to a sandy beach, the Mewasin Beach Campground can be found in the Makwa Lake Provincial Park on the south arm of Big Jumbo Lake. This small campground offers many recreational opportunities.

Recent Bulletins, Notices, Events


Public Skating

Free Public Skating at Loon Lake Rec Center Sundays 1pm to 4pm as long as the Ice lasts. Helmets required for All Minors (Helmets are available for those without their own) Canteen will be Open for Drinks and Snacks for purchase.

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Makwa Provincial Park

X-Country Ski & Snowshoe Trails

Note from Makwa Lake Provincial Park Good morning everyone, I hope that everyone had an opportunity to enjoy the amazing fall and took some time to explore the trails within the park.  With the early snow fall, the staff have been able to set the X-country ski trails.  Our staff cannot remember when we have been able to set them this early.  The Aspen trail has also been groomed for the snowshoe enthusiasts.  This trail was added to our trail system in 2021, to allow park users to explore the park on snowshoes.  The Tom Ouellette Nature trail has recently

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Silent Auction Rec Center Feature

Loon Lake Rec Center Silent Auction

We are still accepting items. Reminder about our upcoming online silent auction in February! Bidding starts February 27th @ 8am. Bidding will end March 3rd @ 7pm. Starting to get quite a few items for the auction. If anyone has auction items they would like to donate we are so grateful to accept them! Contact the Loon Lake Rec Center, Joni Taylor, Erin Simpson, Crystal Paul or Larry Lantz if you have an item you would like to donate! Email: officeadmin@sasktel.net Call the Village office at 306-837-2076 The funds raised from this auction will go directly into costs of operating

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Senior Center

Loon Lake Senior Center #48

Welcome to Loon Lake! The Loon Lake Senior Citizens #48 welcomes you! If you are 50 years of age or older, you are welcome to join us at Senior Centre. Located at 502 Railway Ave. We have a noon meal followed by a meeting on the first Monday of each Month. Some gather to play card, Whist or Keiser, Tuesday afternoons. Some gather for Exercises on Wednesday afternoons. At the end of each month, we have a Pot Luck Meal, either dinner or supper. followed by entertainment. For more information, please call the Village Office at 306-837-2076.

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Sask Power Open House


Join us to learn more about the new power lines and a new switching station we’re building to improve power reliability in the Meadow Lake, Glaslyn and Spruce Lake areas. WHAT WE’RE BUILDING Consultation is on-going with local officials, landowners, rightsholders and the general public to gather the information needed to select a preferred route for the new transmission lines. We invite anyone interested in this project to attend to learn about our plans for this project, ask questions and provide feedback. For additional information or questions about the project, please contact us at 1-833-223-3370 or PublicEngagement@saskpower.com. For information or

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National Flag of Canada Day

Every February 15, we celebrate the National Flag of Canada Day across the country. 2023 marks 58 years since Canada’s red and white maple leaf flag was selected as the National Flag of Canada. We are inviting Canadians of all ages from coast to coast to coast to learn more about the history of their National Flag by visiting this website. There you can explore interesting facts about our flag, view a timeline of its creation, learn about the National Flag of Canada etiquette, and more! Visit the Youth Corner of this website to download fun interactive activities including a

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February 2023

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Makwa River Saskatchewan
Makwa River, Saskatchewan