Manitoba

Sustainable Development

Shoal Lake

Municipal Authority

Rural Municipality of Yellowhead

Crown Lands

Existing Subdivision

Shoal Lake

Shoal Lake is 9 km long, making it ideal for boating and water-skiing. Tourism is very important to the local economy. Shoal Lake is a member of Parkland Tourism, Southwest Trails Association for Regional Tourism, and Prairie Mountain Tourism. Fishermen enjoy the abundant supply of walleye and northern pike which are kept healthy year round thanks to two aeration systems. Ice fishing shacks are a common sight on the lake throughout the winter months. For the avid golfer, Lakeside Golf Club, a public 9-hole course measuring just under 3 km is located minutes away in the Town of Shoal Lake.

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Survey Plan
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Getting There:

The Shoal Lake subdivision is located on the eastern shore of Shoal Lake. This lake is located approximately 235 km northwest of Winnipeg on the Yellowhead Route (Trans Canada Highway 16) or about 130 km north of Brandon. Access is through PTH 21, 5 km south of the Town of Shoal Lake and then 2 km west on a gravel road

Location and Description of Subdivision

The Shoal Lake subdivision has larger rural residential type lakefront and back tier lots. The subdivision is located on the south side of Riding Mountain National Park and offers a variety of hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational experiences. The public beach and boat launch are located approximately 5 km north of Shoal Lake. Cottagers will be required to construct cottages at a minimum of 92 m2 (1000 ft2) and to a minimum assessment value in accordance with the R.M. of Shoal Lake's by-laws. The average lot size is 8000 m2 (2 acres).

Services

The subdivision is accessible by a gravel road. The subdivision is pre-serviced by Manitoba Hydro, but not Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS). The lot holder is responsible for contacting Manitoba Hydro directly to arrange and pay for cottage hook-up. Local services and amenities (hospital, R.C.M.P., hardware stores) are available approximately 5 km north in the Town of Shoal Lake.

Contact for information and permits

Myles Kopytko
Western Regional Land Manager
Main Floor - 1129 Queens Avenue
Brandon, MB  R7A 1L9
Phone: 204-761-7538 Fax: 204-726-6301
Email: Myles.Kopytko@gov.mb.ca
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