|Location||Wawken No. 93, Saskatchewan|
|Max. depth||25 ft (7.6 m)|
Kenosee Lake is a lake in south east Saskatchewan, Canada. The lake lies in Moose Mountain Provincial Park. The lake is a resort for many people from south east Saskatchewan including Regina. The Village of Kenosee Lake consists mainly of cabins and businesses. The year round population of the Village of Kenosee Lake is 324, but the town swells to a few thousand in the summer when all the cabins are occupied. This lake is known for many types of recreation available. A golf course sits north of the lake.
A waterslide park known as Kenosee Superslides is east of the lake. The town of Kenosee lake consists of several bars, night clubs, and retail operations. Located within the adjacent Moose Mountain Provincial Park is a hotel, minigolf, and convenience store. Camping at Fish Creek camp ground on May long weekend has been a popular retreat for many people from southern Saskatchewan.
- List of place names in Canada of Indigenous origin
- Village of Kenosee Lake
- Tourism in Saskatchewan
- Tourism in Canada