Foam Lake is a town of around 1,218 people living in East-Central Saskatchewan where Highway #16 meets Highway #310. Foam Lake is in mixed farming country, and its economy is based largely on being a retail and service centre with a growing tourism industry.

Heritage buildings in town include the 1926 former town hall, and the 1915 Douglas Heritage House which displays some artifacts from as far back as the 17th century. The Foam Lake Museum also contains artifacts from the town's history. The Central Park Swimming Pool offers a heated outdoor pool to summer swimmers. The town park is also home to a cenotaph commemorating those who lost their lives in World Wars 1 and II.

The surrounding countryside offers birdwatching year round at the 6500 acre Foam Lake Heritage Marsh, especially in the Fall when the large staging area provides space for migrating geese, ducks, cranes, and swans. Fishing opportunities exist in the nearby Whitesane lakes and in Fishing Lake. Fishing Lake Regional Park has four popular beaches, as well as fishing, a boat launch, camping, and the Leslie Beach 18 hole mini golf course, but was closed for the 2007 season due to flooding. Wintertime fun in Foam Lake includes cross country skiing along Milligan Creek and snowmobiling along around 240 km (149.1 mi.) of trails.

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Foam Lake Campground RV/Camping Foam Lake Box 567 Request Info
La Vista Motel Hotel Foam Lake JCT Hwy 310 & Hwy 16 W
Tee Time Guest House Foam Lake B&B Foam Lake Box 142

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