Emma Lake Recreation Site Public Beach


Emma Lake Recreation Site is a Saskatchewan Provincial Park, and it is popular for recreational use. There is a $5 fee to enter the park. The public beach is located within the Murray Point Cottages Subdivision. It is a small, sandy beach with clear water characteristic of the lake. There is a parking lot with easy access to the beach.

The lake bottom is a mixture of sand and rocks. It is shallow throughout most of the designated swimming area which is marked by buoys. All swimming is unsupervised. No pets allowed on the beach. There is one bench located directly on the beach.

The beach is surrounded by dense forest, so you can hear song birds and may even encounter larger wildlife such as deer! The shoreline across from the beach is covered with forest, giving the beach a nice view. Just upland of the beach is a large grassy park which features some forest stands as well as open space. There are volleyball courts and a small playground for children in the park. This area also features outhouse facilities, a day use gazebo with BBQs, and several picnic tables. There is a public boat launch in between the subdivision and the campground.

WATER QUALITY
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CURRENT WEATHER
-12°C
Cloudy
MONITORING FREQUENCY

Emma Lake Recreation Site Public Beach is not sampled

SOURCE INFORMATION

The public, recreational beaches of Saskatchewan are not routinely monitored, sampled or tested for recreational water quality standards and exceedances during the bathing season. Saskatchewan Public Health may sample swimming areas in response to complaints or observed reports. If you have a complaint, please use the "Report Pollution" button in Swim Guide.

North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper has identified swimming locations and added them to Swim Guide. Beaches will remain "Grey" if no reliable water quality data is available.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Emma Lake Recreation Site Public Beach


WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Current Status
For water quality icon legend, click:   
CURRENT WEATHER
-12°C
Cloudy

Emma Lake Recreation Site is a Saskatchewan Provincial Park, and it is popular for recreational use. There is a $5 fee to enter the park. The public beach is located within the Murray Point Cottages Subdivision. It is a small, sandy beach with clear water characteristic of the lake. There is a parking lot with easy access to the beach.

The lake bottom is a mixture of sand and rocks. It is shallow throughout most of the designated swimming area which is marked by buoys. All swimming is unsupervised. No pets allowed on the beach. There is one bench located directly on the beach.

The beach is surrounded by dense forest, so you can hear song birds and may even encounter larger wildlife such as deer! The shoreline across from the beach is covered with forest, giving the beach a nice view. Just upland of the beach is a large grassy park which features some forest stands as well as open space. There are volleyball courts and a small playground for children in the park. This area also features outhouse facilities, a day use gazebo with BBQs, and several picnic tables. There is a public boat launch in between the subdivision and the campground.

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Emma Lake Recreation Site Public Beach is not sampled

SOURCE INFORMATION

The public, recreational beaches of Saskatchewan are not routinely monitored, sampled or tested for recreational water quality standards and exceedances during the bathing season. Saskatchewan Public Health may sample swimming areas in response to complaints or observed reports. If you have a complaint, please use the "Report Pollution" button in Swim Guide.

North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper has identified swimming locations and added them to Swim Guide. Beaches will remain "Grey" if no reliable water quality data is available.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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