From camping in the summer to snowmobiling in the winter, the MSMA Region’s natural beauty can be enjoyed year-round. Wide-open spaces set the stage for adventure, and provide a place to breathe, play and experience life without boundaries. A natural and peaceful place located in the heart centre of Saskatchewan, potential in the MSMA Region is limitless.




The Resort Village of Manitou Beach, located on the shores of Little Manitou Lake, is a major tourism destination in Saskatchewan. Visitors from all over the world come to Manitou Beach to experience the legendary healing mineral waters found in Little Manitou Lake. The lake waters are known for their high salinity and resulting buoyancy. The salt levels are such that one can even lie back and read a book while floating in suspension. Home to Canada’s largest indoor mineral spa, Manitou Springs Resort & Mineral Spa, you are able to enjoy the benefits of Little Manitou Lake 12 months of the year.

This growing resort village is also home to Danceland dance hall, a 9-hole golf course, Manitou Regional Park campground, an active arts community, and a drive-in movie theatre.


Humboldt Lake Resort is an ideal place for a full time home or just a weekend getaway cabin.
A quick 5-minute ride into the City of Humboldt for necessary supplies makes
Humboldt Lake Resort the perfect place to reside.

Whether you are looking for quiet walks, having coffee over-looking the lake, swimming, enjoying water sports or just getting away from it all and relaxing at the lake spending time with family its all here for you to enjoy.





Danceland, known as the “Home of the World Famous Dance Floor Built on Horsehair”, was built in 1928. Experience a 5,000 square foot dance floor!


Jubilee Drive-In The Jubilee Drive-In is one of only three drive-in theatres left in Saskatchewan, providing the opportunity to watch an outdoor movie under a prairie night sky. As one of the last remaining drive-in theatres in the province, the Jubilee is unique because it offers an inside movie theatre for 24 people as well.


The Quill Lakes International Bird Area (, borders the east side of the MSMA Region, is Canada’s most nationally and internationally recognized bird areas.


Lanigan & District Heritage Centre which is a re-furbished CPR Station containing our Tourist Centre, Museum, Potash Interpretive Center and Caboose.

All Saints Anglican Church was established in 1910. The first Vicar (Rev. King) of the church, brought with him a stained glass window from the mid-19th century.

LeRoy & District Heritage Museum 


Gallery on 3rd Located at 102-3rd Avenue East, Watrous, the Gallery on 3rd has featured exhibits by local artists, artists from the surrounding area, the province and international artists as well as exhibits from Arts on the Move, provided by the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC).

Studio Trail Follow the map and road signs for a self-guided tour to artists and artisans in their unique studios, featuring artists and artisans from Manitou, Meacham, Watrous & surrounding areas. Visitors travel to studios in and around the area to view and purchase Saskatchewan created artwork. Textiles, paintings, sculptures, pottery and concrete statues are just samples of what can be discovered.

Manitou Beach Galleries

GG’s Gallery & Gifts – Michael Gaudet
Little Manitou Art Gallery – Sarah McKen
Four Feathers – Clayton Cave
Bryan Mierau Photography
Three Rivers Studio – Darrell Baschak
Knotabadburl – Wayne Seabrook


Nokomis Craft Ales is a microbrewery located in the rural farming community of Nokomis, Saskatchewan.

Humboldt Aquatic Centre is located in the Uniplex facility, the Humboldt Aquatic Centre (HAC) has something for every member of the family with swimming, fitness and fun for individuals of all ages.

Wellington Park is a place of peace and tranquillity. A flowing stream is shaded by numerous trees and is the perfect place for a picnic. There are fire pits, picnic tables and a playground for the kids. A walking trail connects Wellington to the regional campground for those interested in a stroll. Saskatoon berries can also be found in abundance.


Humboldt Golf Club is two different courses in one. The front nine features longer lengths that you can bust a driver on, more bunkers and lots of water hazards. On the back nine you have to gear down and play positional golf by sometimes using a 3-wood or iron off the tee.

Manitou Beach Golf Club

Creek Golf Course displays stately poplars and pines dotted with large rolling grass greens and irrigated fairways of which six of the nine cross the meandering creek.

McNab Golf Club offers a nine hole grass green track, a swimming pool attached to the clubhouse, a full service expanded campground, paddle pool, horseshoe pits, and tennis courts.