Lake Home / Cottage For Sale
Glamping RV Resort Buffalo Pound Lake Saskatchewan
Cabin 4 $405,000

Property Details

Address: Cabin 4
Subdivision: Glamping RV Resort
Lake: Buffalo Pound Lake
Province: Saskatchewan
Price: $405,000
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Year Built: 2022
Garage: None
Lot Type: Lake Front


CONTACT:  Ashlea Street  306-527-6937

LAST CHANCE TO GET A STEAL! 4 cabins left, the first one to sell gets a blow out price!

Original asking $419,900 Blow out price $405k GST incuded in price!

All 4 cabins are Lakefront. Shoreline was complete in the fall, just need to level and put our your dock and boat lift in front of your new lakefront cabin!

 2022 4 Season Cabin- 2 BDRM , 1 BTHRM. 6ft -8ft spruce trees planted. Amazing Deck! Tons of space to add a garage. The holding tank for water and septic are in place.

Blow out price for the first person to deal on one of the 4 cabins. Call Ashlea for a tour today!!!  This is a must see.





35 mins from Moose Jaw & 50 mins from Regina 

You can come out at any season, tons of trails to walk or ride your bike, pool, beach, boat launch, future store, etc.

 This will be the place to be, and all the lots hold their value. This is a great investment.

 If you're looking for a business investment to rent out a cabin, these cabins would be what you're looking for. The community has all the amenities to keep your guests busy. Potential to make minimum of $2000/week and up Year-round. Great for summer, fall, winter & Spring. The fishing is amazing, and there are hills to go snowmobiling and skating on the ice right out your door. 

Buffalo pound lake doesn’t get enough credit, the reasons are that they have to keep this lake to a certain level for the reason it is both Moose Jaw & Regina’s water source, it does have a week or 2 like any lake where it does get green on the edge but you can still go to the middle of the lake and since K + S plant has been here the water is actually clearer because of filtering in and out of here. Buffalo pound is 22 kms long but not as wide as other lakes and so yes it gets windy at times like anywhere in Saskatchewan, but for the most part you can be on the water 80% of the time, while other lakes are either too big and windy all the time or the water is so low people couldn’t get their boats in the water!


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