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Fond du Lac

Fond du Lac
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E end of Lake Athabasca

The northern hamlet of Fond du Lac is situated on the N shore at the eastern end of Lake Athabasca. Accessible only by light aircraft, the founding of the community dates back to the early 1700s during the fur trade. The community's name is geographic meaning 'far end of the lake' in the French language - which when translated means 'bottom of the lake'.

Box 211
Fond Du Lac, SK  S0J 0W0

Tel: (306) 686-2102
Email: fdlfirstnation@sasktel.net

1 hour by boat to Athabasca Sand Dunes Wilderness Provincial Park.

Traveller services: Retail closing: Sun. Information: First Nation of Fond du Lac Band office, Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm.
Hospital/clinic/health centre
Doctor
Police/RCMP
Pharmacy
Shopping district
Groceries/supplies
Post office
Automated banking machine
Gas station
Diesel fuel
Accommodation
Community hall/Convention centre
Public library
Public internet access (Wi-Fi)
Church
Air charter
Scheduled air service
Airport/Airstrip
Taxi service local

Park/play area
Beach
Picnic area
Fishing
Boating
Boat launch
Canoeing
Hiking trails
Cycling trails
ATV trails
Snowmobile trails
Skating/Curling facility

Population: 74

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the community office to verify that information is accurate.