Driving Directions

Driving Directions From Edmonton, AB

Driving to Flotten Lake Resort Limited from Edmonton, AB should take between 4 and 5 hours, depending on where in the city you are starting from.  It is a simple drive with the biggest centers you go through being Smokey Lake and Bonnyville.  For services, there are a number of gas stations on your route,  and then Bonnyville would be the biggest center for groceries etc.  There is a Wal-mart in Cold Lake, which is only about a 10 minute drive out of your way before you leave Alberta and enter Saskatchewan.

  1. From 97 St NW continue North out of Edmonton.
  2. 97 St NW turns into AB-28 heading towards Bon Accord.
  3. Continue on AB-28 through Waskatenau, Smokey Lake, Ashmont, Bonneyville, Ardmore, to the Beaver Crossing where you will turn east (right) on AB-55.
  4. You will then hit the Alberta, Saskatchewan border.
  5. Stay on SK-55 through Pierceland, Beacon Hill to Peerless (stop sign).
  6. Turn north (left) on SK-26 toward Goodsoil.
  7. Turn east (right) on Hinterland Road towards Dorintosh.
  8. At Dorintosh turn north (left) onto SK-4 and through to the Meadow Lake Provincial Park gates.
  9. Go through the gates and over the Waterhen River, here the road changes to SK-904 and will be gravel the rest of the way.
  10. Continue on SK-904 N and take the North Waterhen access (make sure to stay to the left).
  11. Keep going on SK-904 N past Jeanette Lake.
  12. You will hit an intersection with a logging road on your left, make sure to stay right on SK-904 N.
  13. In Approximately 5 km you will see the Flotten Lake Resort sign and we are just on the left (you will see the yard/buildings).

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Contact details

FlottenLake Resort Ltd.
PO Box 121,
Saskatchewan, S0M 0T0,
W: www.flottenlake.com
P: (306) 236 1940

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Flotten Lake Resort is committed to providing all our guests with a clean, professional and relaxing environment during their get-away with us; be it a family vacation, a fishing trip or a hunting adventure.