A monster lives here, Santa travels over during Christmas, a meteorite created a huge bay in this lake, what lake is this? Reindeer Lake!
I've been working on a custom map of Reindeer Lake in Saskatchewan Canada for Arctic Lodges. Before I paint a lake map, I do a little research to become familiar with the area.
Boy, did I find some interesting stuff about this area. I found this to be a really cool and captivating place. First off, Arctic Lodge has been around for a long time, in fact since 1950. It has some of the top fishing in Canada and has first class accommodations.
Reindeer Lake is located in the northeast of Saskatchewan and is a big lake, 140 miles long and 37 miles wide. The lake has over 5,000 islands of all sizes to explore. Amazingly, in Deep Bay Crater where a meteorite hit 140 million years ago, the water depth is 720 feet deep. Oh yeah, local legend has it that a monster lives in the bay and pulls animals through the ice during winter. No ice fishing for me!
Did you know that NORAD use to track Santa's trip across North America and Reindeer Lake was a featured location on Christmas Night as Santa flew over.
What makes Arctic Lodge and Reindeer Lake so special? There are so many reasons, trophy sized fish, natural beauty, great accommodations, remote location, deep bay crater, monster legend and so much more. Learn more information here arcticlodges.com.
Hey, my maps make a great Christmas gifts for the fisherman, lake lover, or Lake house owner.