- May 1 - September 30
- Park Entry:
- $9.25 per day, $27.00 for 3 day entry, $18.00 for a weekend entry.
- Payment Information:
- Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa, MasterCard Discovery, Union Pay and Visa Debit accepted.
- 53.17840 -106.95679
Look no further! You've found the hidden gem of Saskatchewan. Nestled in 160 acres of pine, poplar, birch and hazelnut trees you will find our clear, natural spring fed lake. The easy down home feel of our lake appeals to everyone. The beautiful rolling hills provide spectacular views. Come sit and watch one of our amazing sunsets as you gaze out over our amazing lake. We have it all! Well maintained and manicured public areas, 3 playgrounds, cabin and kayak rentals, sports pad with all types of sporting equipment, two concessions - one offering a large variety of tasty food and treats, full hook up, power and primitive campsites to suit your style. All of our sites offer potable water. Pets are welcome and can enjoy our off leash area at the boat launch to swim and play (unfenced). We offer two separate sets of Red Cross swimming lessons in July and August. Come visit...you won't be disappointed!
The Town of Shell Lake is a 15 minute scenic drive and offers groceries, hardware, laundry, mini golf and 18 hole grass green golf course.
Park / Area History
Emerald Lake was formerly known as Ruxee Lake and was renamed Emerald for its clean, beautiful, spring fed water. In the 1920's the RM #465 applied to the Department of Natural Tourism for the lease on Emerald Lake. In the 1930's this lease was turned over to the Avebury Community Club. By as early as 1932 the club noted a substantial increase in the use of the resort. They recorded 30 to 40 campers spending the entire summer. In the 1950's the lease for Emerald Lake Resort was turned over to the Leask Branch of the Canadian Legion. In 1968 the Leask Legion turned the lease over to President Hector Duncan and Secretary C.E. Harris and Emerald Lake became a Regional Park.
Barrier Free Access
Beach, beach concession, shower house and sites are barrier free.