Last Mountain Lake Westside

Last Mountain Lake Westside

Last Mountain Lake, also known as Long Lake, is a prairie lake formed from glaciation 11,000 years ago. It is located in south central Saskatchewan, Canada, about 40 km northwest of the city of Regina. It flows into the Qu'Appelle River via Last Mountain Creek which flows past Craven.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $425K
Lowest Price $425K
Highest Price $425K
Total Listings 1
Avg. Days On Market 12
Avg. Price/SQFT $263

Property Types (active listings)

Last Mountain Lake Westside

More about Last Mountain Lake Westside

More popular than its eastern counterpart, Last Mountain Lake Westside is a bustling community found 244 KM south-east of Saskatoon. Set along a gorgeous glacial lake, families will love the perfect combination of its natural surrounding and well-appointed resort offerings. These include tons of terrific amenities like groceries, gas, shopping, and restaurants, so you'll never be far from the essentials.

Southern Saskatchewan's largest naturally-occurring body of water, Last Mountain Lake boasts many incredible activities to enjoy, including one of the longest natural sand beaches in the province. It is a top destination for fishing, with its own marina and annual Last Mountain Fall Walleye Classic. And beyond the lake activities, it offers a fantastic golf course and nearby national park to explore, including the oldest bird sanctuary in North America!