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Regina Beach Provincial Recreation Site at Last Mountain Lake, SK

Regina Beach Provincial Recreation Site at Last Mountain Lake Short Term Forecast

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Regina Beach is located on the south shore of Last Mountain Lake. This is an extremely valuable recreational hot spot and is a must see if visiting the area! Highway 54 north takes you straight to the beach. The public beach is comprised of coarse golden sand mixed with very small pebbles. The lake bottom has a similar composition and drops off a few meters out. The water is very clear and there is no evidence of weeds growing or washing up on the shoreline. The public beach is long and has both northeast and northwest facing sections. On the east side of the beach there is a marina and a public boat launch. There is a designated swimming area marked by buoys and all swimming is unsupervised. No pets on the beach.Access to the beach is via highway 54 north and it leads to several larged paved parking lots to accommodate the popularity of the beach. The parking lots open directly onto the beach area. This beach is one of Saskatchewans most popular and it is easy to understand why! The view from the beach is of hills and valleys some of which have residential properties. The area upland of and surrounding Regina Beach is also quite popular for cottage development. It is a popular boating lake but boat activity does not conflict with beach enjoyment. The beach backs onto a grassy hill that protects from the sights and sounds of nearby roads and parking. As you walk west along the beach there is a large playground for children a beach volleyball court and several benches and picnic tables for day use. Trash and recycling facilities are abundant. The entire area is interspersed with large trees that provide shade throughout the day. The park has washrooms and change houses for beach-goers and the beach community upland of the water is bustling. There are restaurants shops and all sorts of local amenities that make this a great place to visit for the day!NOTE: July 28/2012: Blue-green algae warning from Saskatchewan Environment about Southern SK lakes.
Water Quality
Not monitored
Historical Status
The status of this beach is GREEN
This beach passes water quality tests at least 95% of the time.


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