As for amenities and activities, we live in one of the most beautiful resort areas in the province that has the only free entry provincial park, with beach, volleyball, kids play structures and swings, groomed lawn and treed picnic areas with bbq’s and tables, maintained by park staff. It has a two lane boat launch right there as well as the hotel, bar and grill with outdoor deck, Rocco’s snack bar, ice cream shop, store and gas, as well as Sundae’s log cabin rentals. There are stand up paddle board, paddle boat, kayak and canoe rentals on the lake as well as a wakeboard school, 2 golf courses (one championship calibre, one family par 3 type and a driving range) overlooking the lake and two more nice courses in the nearby towns, Breeze Park with it’s wide open spaces for family football, soccer or wiffle ball games or just flying kites, frisbee or playing with the dog. There are more play structures and swings there as well as a tennis, badminton, basketball court with another beach volleyball court beside it and a community ball diamond just S/W of that. Just a few minutes away, there is Ravine Adventures, a year round activity park for the adventurous, lots of quad/snowmobile trails, hiking trails, walking paths (the Trans Canada trail runs through) and an RV park for when your relatives show up in their big motorhomes or trailers. In 10-15 minutes you can be in Indian Head or Fort Qu’Appelle where there are assorted museums, stores, fast food restaurants or full service ones, shopping, banking, sports of all kinds to play or spectate, hospitals, repair garages, an old time movie theatre, hardware/lumber suppliers, groceries, Mission Ridge Ski Hill where you can get ski lessons or snowboard. There are so many things to do and see that it’s almost impossible to list them all, in fact I never even mentioned the boating, fishing, water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, sailing or swimming, tobogganing, cross country skiing, snow shoe, skate on the lake or in your own backyard rink with a bonfire where you can toast marshmallows or smores. Access to our development is easy on paved hiways right up to Berry Hills Road, which will be paved once most of the construction is done in the development. We have hi-speed internet so you can work from here or just cozy up in front of the fire, with your popcorn and watch Netflix with the family! In conclusion, we’d like to say that we are ideally located, just minutes from anything you could want to see or do in a Saskatchewan resort area, just far enough from the city for an easy commute to relaxing, natural beauty with plenty of family activities…what could be better than that? Everyone we talk to, just loves it here and so do we, we’ve lived here for 29 years and it never gets old! Warmest regards. Diane and Ron Weibel, Berry Hills Developments, Katepwa Lake, Sask.