Wollaston Lake is a surprisingly large fresh water lake situated in the northeast corner of Saskatchewan and is accessible by road from the south. Wollaston lake is accessible via highway #905 from #102 and #2. A government campsite, three fishing lodges and ferry to the Northern Hamlet of Wollaston Lake are accessable from the road. The last 400 km (250 mi.) is well maintained gravel. Services are few and far between, so be prepared!
Fish for lake trout, northern pike and the elusive artic grayling where the borders of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Northwest Territories meet. Guided catch and release fishing at Wollaston Lake. Modern cabins available.