Watrous and Manitou Beach RVing stories
Check out the RVing opportunities in Watrous and Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan
People come from all over the world to soak in the healing mineral waters found at Manitou Springs Resort & Mineral Spa, but many don't know about the many other delights that Watrous and Manitou Beach have to offer. Visit Danceland for a memorable old-time dance experience, or camp at one of the local sites, and prepare for a rejuvenating stay.
Find your happy place in Saskatchewan
Dancing and floating for 100 years
Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan, is celebrating its 100th birthday with a series of planned events from May to October.
Dance on the shore of Canada’s only salt water lake—Saskatchewan’s Little Manitou Lake
The water awaits you in Watrous and Manitou Beach
Healing waters and sandy beaches - this is the way to RV in Saskatchewan.
Tee off at Manitou Beach
Improve your game and soak up the beauty of Manitou Beach and Watrous, Saskatchewan
The Dead Sea of Canada is rising in popularity
Watrous, Saskatchewan, has a heavily mineralized lake that is unique in all of North America
Decades of dance
Danceland has been graced by a number of famous musicians and avid dancers over the years.
Top 5 things to see and do near Watrous
Watrous is a quaint Saskatchewan town with vibrant attractions to entice RVers.
A piece of Saskatchewan history
Watrous and Manitou have been delighting visitors for decades.
Spend a weekend relaxing in Watrous with a trip to the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area
The town of Watrous is a great weekend getaway for the whole family with Manitou Beach to the north and the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area and Migratory Bird Sanctuary to the south. Combine the two into an educational and relaxing vacation.
Watrous and Manitou Beach – A uniquely Canadian experience
When RV travelers decide to ‘go somewhere different’ how many of us look beyond the well-advertised tourist destinations? When we don’t do that, we risk missing all the historical and environmental importance of places like Watrous and Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan – to say nothing of their plain old-fashioned fun.
Creative, fresh, and delicious
When John Koupantsis opened his first restaurant in Watrous, Saskatchewan, he knew he wanted to offer good food for the little town.
Mineral waters made Manitou Beach a 1930s tourist destination
Today's visitors can hear the echoes of delighted tourists dancing, relaxing in mineral waters and watching movies at the drive-in.
Art and nature combine beautifully in Watrous and Manitou Beach
Watrous and Manitou Beach are home to many visual artists, and their varied works enhance the life of the community.
Visiting Saskatchewan’s past
Discover the top three heritage sites in Saskatchewan as recommended by RVers; the Danceland Ballroom, Fort Pitt Provincial Park and the Tunnels of Moose Jaw
Birdwatching and more
Last Mountain Lake wildlife sanctuary is a great attraction near Watrous and Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan.