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Lake Diefenbaker: Yours to Discover (Paperback)
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Located within about a two hours' drive of roughly 70% of the province's population, Lake Diefenbaker is a remarkable recreational jewel. The lake itself offers outstanding opportunities for boating, sailing and other recreational activities, as well as some of the finest sport fishing in the province. Parks and campsites around the lake offer challenging golf courses, excellent trails for hiking and bird-watching, and stunning scenery. Surrounding communities host annual rodeos, festivals, craft fairs, fishing derbies, and ball tournaments; their many museums and theatres celebrate our rich cultural and historical heritage.A new edition to the Discover Saskatchewan series, Lake Diefenbaker: Yours to Discover is an accessible guide book with unique navigational tools. Authors Michael and Anna Clancy visited over thirty communities, as well as seven regional and four provincial parks (with over 1,000 campsites ) located near Lake Diefenbaker. With maps, photographs and detailed descriptions of the attractions and services available at each location, Lake Diefenbaker is the ultimate guide to one of Saskatchewan's premier tourist destinations.
About the Author
Anna Clancy grew up in St. Isidore-de-Bellevue, and is a Licensed Practical Nurse with Saskatoon District Home Care. Anna and Michael were married in 1979 and together they raised a family in Saskatoon. As the children grew and because Mike enjoyed camping so much, the family would load up the van and spend their summer vacations touring the province; from this grew the desire to tell the world about what they'd seen. With Michael Clancy and a lot of help from the family, she co-authored: Discover Saskatchewan: A User's Guide to Regional Parks, A Feast of Persephone, and Discover Saskatchewan: A User's Guide to Saskatchewan Parks. Michael Clancy grew up in Carrot River and is currently employed with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in the Center for Foodborne and Animal Parasitology (CFAP). For many summers, during the seventies, Mike operated the only hiking survival group between the Rockies and the Laurentians in the Boreal Forest of what is now the Narrow Hills Provincial Park. It was here that Mike learned to love camping and nature, something he remains passionate about even today. With Anna Clancy and a lot of help from the family, he co-authored: Discover Saskatchewan: A User's Guide to Regional Parks, A Feast of Persephone, and Discover Saskatchewan: A User's Guide to Saskatchewan Parks.