Redberry Lake (Saskatchewan)

Redberry Lake is a lake near Hafford, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is a medium-sized saline lake within an area characterized by mostly freshwater aquatic environments. The lake makes up the core protected area of the Redberry Lake (UNESCO) Biosphere Reserve, and is a federal bird sanctuary of the same name. A small regional park is situated at the north west corner of the lake. The countryside surrounding Redberry Lake is typical of the aspen parkland biome of which it is a part. Redberry Bible

Redberry Lake
LocationRedberry No. 435, Saskatchewan
Coordinates52°42′N 107°10′W
Primary inflowssprings, plus two major creeks
Primary outflowsnone
Basin countriesCanada
Max. lengthapprox. 6 mi (9.7 km)
Max. widthapprox. 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface areaapprox. 30 sq mi (78 km2)
Average depth+/- 35 ft (11 m)
Max. depth52 ft (16 m)
Islands2
SettlementsTown of Hafford, near Saskatoon

The regional park offers camping, golfing, swimming, hiking, boating and many bird watching opportunities. Although there are no sport fish in the lake itself, the park has installed a small earthen dam on a creek which flows into the lake, creating a freshwater trout pond.


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