is a lake
near Hafford, Saskatchewan
. It is a medium sized salt water
lake which is rather unique in an area characterized by mostly freshwater
aquatic environments. The lake is surrounded by a regional park, and includes a federal bird sanctuary
of the same name. It has also been designated by the United Nations
as a biosphere reserve
. The countryside surrounding Redberry Lake is typical of the aspen parkland
biome of which it is a part.
The lake hosts a regional park with camping, golfing, and swimming. Due to the sanctuary many bird watching opportunities exist. Although there are no sport fish in the lake itself, a large trout pond can be found adjacent to it.