La Ronge cottage rentals provide visitors with an opportunity to discover the wilderness and wildlife of Saskatchewan’s north. The town is situated on the shoreline of Lac La Ronge, just outside of La Ronge Provincial Park, which encompasses some 100 other lakes within its boundaries.
Activities in the region revolve around the lakes, with canoeing, kayaking, fishing, sailing, swimming, and other water sports taking centre stage. As a four-season holiday destination, the region caters to bikers, golfers, hikers, and hunters, in the summer, and cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and snowmobilers come winter. Wildlife enthusiasts will be well served: common sightings include bald eagles, black bears, great blue herons, moose, and wolves, In addition to a plethora of outdoor recreations, La Ronge offers one of the best southern views of the Northern Lights!
La Ronge is also rich in the culture and heritage of its first peoples, as evidenced by ancient Aboriginal petroglyphs and the isolated Holy Trinity Anglican Church at Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan’s oldest building. These historical sites are only accessible by water.
Offering outdoor adventure and classic Canadian scenery—and with it, unparalleled wildlife viewing, hunting and angling opportunities—La Ronge makes for a rustic wilderness getaway and is a popular place to rent a cottage in Saskatchewan.+ More