Quill Lake

Known as the “Goose Capital of Saskatchewan,” Quill Lake can be found 135 km east of Saskatoon. With a permanent population of 387, this welcoming community is perfect for bird lovers and those looking for a quieter lifestyle. The name Quill Lake was derived from the bird quills collected on the shorelines and shipped to England to use as quill pens. It is an important bird sanctuary in North America and a great choice for a Saskatchewan lake property of your very own.

Quill Lake Amenities

Quill Lake has many amenities to take advantage of, making it a welcoming and comfortable location for all. Amenities around the lake include access to gas and diesel, multiple restaurants, a grocery, and a hospital. The area also has a hotel and campground for multiple ways to stay. While staying, check out the picnicking spots and the beautiful golf course.

Quill Lake is an essential part of the migratory bird life cycle. In 1987, the area was designated a wetland of international importance and the first Canadian site in the North American Waterfowl Management Plan. The site is important to many shorebirds, including the endangered piping plover.