Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan is located in the northwest part of Saskatchewan, 425 km’s northwest of Prince Albert and 249 km’s north of Meadow Lake.
The Citizens of Buffalo Narrows enjoy a safe, Attractive, Sustainable, Prosperous and Environment friendly Community.
Buffalo Narrows has a population of approximately 1400, the majority of whom are aboriginal and proud to call Buffalo Narrows home. Many of the people are traditional land user’s (ie) hunting, fishing, trapping etc.
Buffalo Narrows borders Churchill Lake and Little Peter Pond Lake and has easy access to Big Peter Pond Lake. There are many islands, bays, rivers and streams which are very accessible all year round. There is also an abundance of wildlife, fish and many different species of birds.
One of the most impressive beaches around is the Sand Dunes with pure white sand extending 10 kilometers long. This magnificent beach is located on the southeast side of Big Buffalo Lake and approx. 8 kms north of Buffalo Narrows. It is definitely a site to see. There are many other beaches on these three large lakes and numerous camping and picnicking areas as well.
Buffalo Narrows has a lot to offer and is a great recreational community all year round including fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, camping, sightseeing, touring, snowmobiling, skiing etc.
Buffalo Narrows is more than a great place to visit; it is also a great place to live.