Are you planning to relax at Manitou Beach?
Enjoy Manitou Beach scenery and have a comfortable stay. Also, take time to visit Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary.
Now that the lockdown in Saskatchewan is being eased out slowly, rest and vacation spots such as Manitou Beach are slowly opening up as well. Although one such area, Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary, remains closed as of this writing, it is only a short matter of time before this sanctuary will eventually open as well.
If you’re planning to spend some rest and away time at Manitou Beach in the very near future, take the time to visit the Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary. It will be worth your relaxing downtime.
A Brief History of the Sanctuary
The Last Mountain Lake Migratory Bird Sanctuary is located north-west of Regina, Saskatchewan. It is only 68 km. from Manitou Beach, or around a 49-minute drive via SK-2 and SK-15E.
The bird sanctuary is the first of its kind established in North America. It is located within the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area and covers 4,736 hectares of the northern sector of this vast lake and parts of the surrounding land. On June 8, 1887, some 2,500 acres adjacent to the shoreline at the lake’s north end were reserved from sale and settlement as breeding grounds for wildfowl. In 1917, under the “Migratory Birds Convention Act,” the Last Mountain Lake Migratory Bird Sanctuary was officially established. Today, Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary is considered as one of the National Historic Sites of Canada.
What You Can Visit
There is something for everyone at the Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary. Families can take a driving tour with interpretative stops, explore walking trails, or observe the extensive wetlands and migratory birds from an observation tower. There are also opportunities for fishing, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, bird-watching, and wildlife photography, though in some limited capacity due to physical distancing and other health precautions.
There are public facilities in the sanctuary, such as a self-service information kiosk, washrooms, floating docks, bird blinds, parking lot, and observation tower.
If you’re planning to visit Manitou Beach, take time to visit Last Mountain Lake Bird Sanctuary. You will need the relaxing moments and stress-releasing calm atmosphere after being in lockdown for more than 12 weeks.
Manitou Beach Rental Vacation Home
So, when you finally find the time to spend some rest and relaxation in Manitou Beach and Last Mountain Lake, why not go for a short-term rental vacation home in Manitou Beach, along Maclachlan Avenue. This remarkable vacation home is managed by Prowess Property Management, with more than 8 years of professional experience in rental homes management. You’ll find the rental to be much lower than staying at a hotel or hostel, and you’ll be in safe social distance away from other people, and complete privacy.
Get in touch with Prowess Property Management for reservations.