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Sask. Aquatic Adventure will bring water park to Kenosee

The park will offer hours of enjoyment if a person loves the water.
This water adventure will be similar to the one that will be placed at the main beach in Kenosee Lake.

KENOSEE LAKE - Kenosee Lake will soon have some new entertainment in the water at the main beach.

Stephanie Baer is one of the co-founders of Sask Aquatic Adventures, which began in 2019 with one placement for their water equipment. Baer was recently nominated for the RBC Canadian women Entrepreneur award, presented by Women of Influence.

Living at the beach and having a passion for water sports, she found this would be a desirable and unique attraction to bring to Saskatchewan.

Five years later, their dream has grown to eight locations, one of them being at Kenosee Lake.

Sask Aquatic Adventures is an inflatable play station in the water.

The inflatable water park will have what they call the blob. This is the part when a person jumps on the big, inflated blob and sends a person high in the air, into the water.

It will also have a trampoline, a jump tower, and a rope swing. There are approximately 13 different items on the water park and the highest point is 10 feet.

“The equipment is exceptionally durable, and we have a strategic set up allowing us to operate and withstand the Saskatchewan winds,” said Baer.

This park will offer hours of enjoyment if a person loves the water.

There will be what is similar to buoys to contain the water park area.

Baer explained the water equipment will be managed and operated by Sask. Aquatic and also staffed by them. They are always looking for local people to work with them.

Certified lifeguards will be on site the entire time the park is open for business, with a cashier on site as well.

Safety is their No. 1 concern. Children under the age of five will not be allowed on the equipment. Children from ages five to nine must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. Life jackets must be worn by everyone and will be supplied at admission.

Those who enter must also be competent swimmers, and people cannot be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or they will be asked to leave.

Baer wants this to be fun for all ages. It is great entertainment and an excellent way to be outdoors.

To set up the water park takes 1 1/2 days, depending on the weather, as the wind can make it interesting.

She found people were asking for something at the lake. Baer said the location was great and it met all the requirements.

It is hoped to get to Kenosee in the next week or two, and they will do their best to get it done as soon as possible.