Lucky Lake, Saskatchewan WELCOMES YOU!
Lucky Lake, formerly known as "Devil's Lake", took it's name from a lake which is 5 1/2 miles North of Lucky Lake called Luck Lake. It was named by the Indians because of a mysterious light that shone over it during the night. No one ever knew what caused this light, however the lake was full of alkalie, which could be an explanation.
An early settler, named Jack Swanson had an experience that would forever change the name of Devil's Lake. Jack had hobbled his oxen, but the mosquitoes were so bad that the oxen became frantic; the oxen then broke their hobbles and ran away. They started heading towards the lake where Jack was able to catch them. He was so happy he was able to do so, he said "This isn't Devil's Lake, this is Lucky Lake!" So, Welcome to Lucky Lake!
Lucky Lake has seen many changes over the years. Within the past 13 years The Double "L" Motel was built in 1996, the Tullis Co-op expanded to Lucky Lake in 2005. West Central Road and Rail followed in 2007, H2O Systems in 2008, & most recently Kens Lumber expanded on the North East end of town, all to serve the community.
Lucky Lake has so much to offer! This website will help you to find out what the "must sees" in Lucky Lake and the surrounding areas are. Whether you are here in the Summer or Winter, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy, from ice fishing to taking a ride on the beautiful Betty Lou on Lake Diefenbaker, viewing the unique Sandcastles to taking in a round of golf at one of the many freshly groomed green courses in the area. There are endless activities, be sure to check them all out!
November 7th, 2015- Ducks Unlimited Banquet & Auction will be held at the Lucky Lake Community Hall. Tickets are now on sale at Basket-Full, Carter's Convenience or from any Lucky Lake Tourism Member.
Job Posting: Assistant librarian needed!
Opening for a permanent part-time assistant librarian at Lucky Lake Wheatland Library for Tuesdays 6:30 - 9 and Saturdays 2 - 5, starting mid-September.
Must like working with the public, be computer literate and bondable. Training will be provided.
Send resume to the library or call for more information@ 306-858-2246 or 306-573-2113.