Pitihkwakew Lake

Lake Pitihkwakew is located appropriately 150 kilometres to the north-west of Saskatoon. It is accessible via Highways 12, 16 and 40, with the latter connecting to 50 kilometres of improved road that accesses the Lake at its south west corner.
Muskeg Lake Cree Nation purchased Lake Pitihkwakew through our Treaty Land Entitlement and was given reserve status in 2005. In addition, we have the water rights through agreements with the provincial government. The lake is operated similar to a provincial regional park and bylaws for the use of land and water resources have been developed.
We operate the park similar to a provincial regional park and have developed by laws for the use of land and water resources. Today’s visitors as well as future generations will enjoy this pristine wilderness. We offer visitors seasonal camping, with annual passes or day rates for vehicles and RVs.
Operating Information
  • Open from May to September
  • Very rustic—we offer portable toilets, garbage removal and wood supply
  • No electricity or water facilities
  • Fishing and ice fishing during winter season
  • Swimming and boating
  • Canoeing
    • Vehicle passes
    • TBD day pass
    • TBD for three day pas
    • TBD annual pass
  • Camp fees
    • TBD per day
    • TBD for three days
    • TBD for 7 days
    • TBD for 30 days
  • Boat launch fee
    • TBD
    • TBD
  • Fishing license: TBD
  • Wood: $5 per bundle
  • Seasonal trailer parking: TBD