In Echo Valley Provincial Park are the two lakes, Lake Echo and Pasqua Lake so close together that it is only by a narrow beach area are separated. Each lake itself offers a variety of recreational opportunities, such as canoeing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, picnicking or sunbathing on.
The Echo Valley Provincial Park is situated in extensive Qu’Appelle Valley in Saskatchewan, Canada. In the park there are green hills and ravines, all signs of the past, which show a valley, which was designed by glaciers.
Both Pasqua and Echo lakes offer excellent fishing, because this life-sized populations of American zander and perch. Very popular is the canoeing.
During the busy summer months are the most heavily visited beaches, extremely long weekends. There are camping facilities available, but should be prudent to book a place, long before it runs.
Canoes on the sandy beach at Echo Lake in Echo Valley Provincial Park, Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada.