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Bright Sand Lake

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Turtle Lake

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Fixed Assessment Agreements – Whereas, the applicant desires to obtain a fixed assessment on a dwelling located in an Organized Hamlet. The dwelling would be exempt from taxation pursuant to The Rural Municipality Act,1989, except for its location within the organized hamlet, where the owner of the dwelling also owns farm land which can be used towards an exemption of the dwelling.  Please see link below for criteria set out on Municipalities Act.

Fixed Assessment Agreements – Municipality Act

Aquatic Invasive Species under the ice

When winter freezes Saskatchewan lakes, the threat of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) does not go away. Please see link below for more information on what you can do to prevent the spread of AIS in the winter:

North Saskatchewan River Basin Council

The R.M. of Mervin boasts many attractions for camping and nature enthusiasts. The Bright Sand Regional Park located at the North end of Bright Sand Lake offers “lake front” camping including both electrified and  non-electrified sites as well as several rental cabins. Various sporting activities, a scenic 9 hole golf course and various hiking trails are just some of the activities which visitors can partake in at the Regional Park which achieved recognition as the 2015 Park of the Year, awarded by the Saskatchewan Regional Parks Association. Turtle River Campground and All Season Resorts located along the West side of Turtle Lake and Stoney Creek Campground just south of Turtle Lake offer both daily and seasonal camp sites to meet your specific needs. Turtle River Campground also offers rental cabins for those in need of temporary accommodation.