Sturgeon Lake is a popular fishing and boating lake located about 30 minutes north of Prince Albert. The lake was created by a dam across the Sturgeon River. Almost the entire lake is bordered by Sturgeon Lake First Nation. Sturgeon Lake Regional Park is located on the lake. There are quite a few cabins within the Regional Park as well as a campground, store/restaurant, and boat launch.Campground Boat Launch Beach Playground Cabins
Things to do at Sturgeon Lake
Sturgeon Lake is a popular recreation destination with fishing, camping, boating, cabins, swimming, and much more available!See full list of activities
Sturgeon Lake is a popular fishing destination. Northern Pike, Perch and Walleye are found in the lake.View fishing information
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How to get to Sturgeon Lake
Access by road from Highways 788 and 693.
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Fishing at Sturgeon Lake
Northern Pike, Perch and Walleye can be found in Sturgeon Lake. Learn all about fishing in Saskatchewan here.
Fishing season on Sturgeon Lake is open from May 15, 2023 to March 31, 2024.
Fishing Limits for Sturgeon Lake
|Northern Pike||Limit 5, only one may exceed 75 cm|
|Walleye/Sauger/Saugeye||Limit 4, only one may exceed 55 cm|
Record of fish stocked in Sturgeon Lake
|Stocked with 450,000 Walleye Fry in 2023.|
|Stocked with 450,000 Walleye Fry in 2019.|
Camping at Sturgeon Lake
Boating at Sturgeon Lake
Cabins at Sturgeon Lake
Swimming at Sturgeon Lake
Attractions at Sturgeon Lake
Sturgeon Lake Regional Park
Sturgeon Lake Regional Park Campgound
Nelson Crossing Rv Park
Eagle Ridge Subdivision
Sturgeon Lake Boat Launch
Sturgeon Lake Regional Park Beach
Sturgeon Lake Regional Park Playground (West Block)
Depth Charts for Sturgeon Lake
These maps were produced by the government a long time ago, using primitive methods. They are not intended for navigation and should not be expected to be accurate. The maps are interesting though and give you a bit of an idea of the shape and depth changes of the lake.
|Fishing Zone:||Central Zone|
|Park:||Sturgeon Lake Regional Park|
|Surface Area:||1,442 acres|
|Max Depth:||17.98 m (59.0 ft)|