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Local T​ourism

The Resort Village of Manitou Beach is a little over an hour east of Saskatoon. Little Manitou Lake is also known as the Dead Sea of Canada. It boasts a mineral content that allows you to float with no effort. The water is also known for its healing properties. Manitou Beach has many unique things to offer, including:

  • Mineral water lake with numerous stair accesses
  • Main beach area
  • Danceland: iconic horsehair dance floor
  • Wellington Park: cooking areas, pizza ovens, playground, meditation labyrinth
  • Mini Golf
  • 9-hole golf course & Mulligans Grill
  • Salty Cinema Drive-In Theatre
  • Uhmann Centennial Park with reflections sculpture
  • Saturday Farmer's Markets
  • Sunday Flea Markets
  • Manitou Mini Mart: delicious ice cream in a variety of flavors
  • Odas Restaurant
  • Burger Buoy
  • Mike's Beach Bar
  • Little Manitou Art Gallery
  • Manitou Springs Resort, Spa, and Restaurant
  • Year-round walking trails
  • Winter activities: snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, skating (rentals available at Sisters Family Camp)
  • Home to Camp Easter Seal
  • Antique stores
  • Manitou Waters Naturopathic Clinic
  • Watrous Manitou Beach Heritage Centre (Main Street Watrous)
  • Gallery (3rd Street Watrous)
  • Watrous Fun Run (Antique Car Show) - every July
  • Manitou Beach Chainsaw Carvings (Biannual Festival) - August odd years
  • Watrous/Manitou Beach Winter Fest - every February
  • Canada Day activities & fireworks

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