love letter (aurora beach)

My sister Karen and her husband have developed some of their farm property next to Margo Lake, a mere hop, skip and jump from our home town.

Imagine the sun sinking slowly, the campfire crackling and the aroma of today's catch on the barbecue.

It's just another summer evening at Aurora Beach.   

Margo Lake, with a view of the Margo skyline 
If this is appealing to you, you're not alone.  Every year, the recreational property market becomes more competitive, more crowded and less available. 

Aurora Beach is on Margo Lake, about two hours east of Saskatoon or northeast of Regina.  The development features large lakefront lots averaging 100 feet wide and 200 feet deep, with room for family, friends and all their toys, summer or winter.  

Family time on the water

The lake is a blank canvas waiting for you to paint your dreams upon it.  Come and enjoy the peace and quiet.

Real peace. Real quiet.  

Good fishin' 
Aurora Beach is located just south of Highway #5, making your trip to and from your recreational property a breeze.  We are conveniently located near many services and recreational opportunities.  The Kelvington Golf Club and Fishing Lake Golf & Country Club are both a half-hour drive from Aurora Beach.  These nine-hole courses offer grass greens and a challenging layout that will keep your game sharp.  

The first two buildings have gone up (Richard & Karen's house on left).
The community of Margo is a mere three miles (5 kms) away and offers a  service station and post office. Grocery shopping, restaurants and other services can be found slightly further afield in Invermay, Foam Lake, Wadena and Kelvington, all within a half-hour drive in either direction.

A bit of wild shoreline across the lake
If you want to drop your fish hook in some different lakes, there are three within four miles (6.5 km) that offer good fishing and recreational opportunities for an Aurora Beach resident. 

A beaver house 
A nearby elk farm offers glimpses of some truly majestic animals. Not all the wildlife lives behind the fence, however. You will be sharing your surroundings with native species ranging from ducks and geese to deer, fox and coyote. If you look up into the sky, you may even see the powerful bald eagle soaring along its migratory route, swooping into Aurora Beach to do a little fishing on the way. 

All kinds of waterfowl visit the lake. Here, a pair of Canada geese raises little ones.
The fun doesn't stop simply because the snow flies. When the ice gets thick, the fishing only gets better. Groomed snowmobile trails in the area will give you hours of enjoyment and access to many other communities and recreational opportunities that make the winters fly by.   

If you're looking for a peaceful place to build a cottage getaway, to park your camper for the summer, or even to live year-round, you might well consider Aurora Beach on Margo Lake.

We are offering these lakefront properties and more for sale.  This ground floor opportunity is a rarity in the recreational property market, and this could be your chance to own a premium location.  Information packages are available for prospective owners.

For information, call  (306) 269-7042 and talk to Richard.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful pictures you guys. You have done an amazing job setting up aurora beach. Am sure, soon enough, people will discover what a wonderful place it is:)


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