Redberry Lake

redberrylakeThe saline Redberry Lake is located just 13 km east of Hafford – nestled in the south-east corner of the Thickwood Hills. The red berries of the Thorny Buffaloberry bushes which can be found around the lake inspired its name.
Redberry Lake, its islands and surrounding area is critically important breeding ground for water birds and a staging point for migrating waterfowl and shorebirds. It is also on the migration route of the Whooping Crane, North America’s rarest bird. Due to this high avian value the lake and its islands are a Federal Migratory Bird Sanctuary and a designated Important Bird Area.

Redberry Lake offers recreation for everybody. Redberry Lake Regional Park is the perfect place for camping, swimming, boating, golfing, fishing and hiking.
For more information about Redberry Lake Regional Park visit:

redberry-gamesThe Research & Education Centre of the Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve is also located within the Park. The Centre features displays on local history and culture as well as information about Redberry and other biosphere reserves around the world. Summer programs include canoe and kayak rentals as well as a Kid’s Club.
For more information about Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve visit:

On the east side of the lake is Redberry Bible Camp located. It offers various programs throughout the summer: Redberry Run, summer camps for girls, boys and families that offer activities like horse riding, skateboarding, wall climbing, kiting, guitar lessons and many more.
For more information about Redberry Bible Camp visit:

Redberry Lake provides also perfect conditions for sail boats. The membership based, family-oriented Saskatoon Sailing Club has its facilities on the east side of the lake.
To find out more about the Club and their programs visit:

Contact us

Town of Hafford
Box 220
Hafford, SK
S0J 1A0
Phone (306) 549-2331
Fax (306) 549-2338