Adventure, inspiration and rejuvenation all can be found at Waters Edge Eco Lodge.  In the tranquility of nature one can escape the hectic pace of day to day life to relax, reflect and rest.  If adventure is what you seek the Boreal forest will not disappoint.  Nature provides something for everyone and all ability levels.  Whether you find yourself basking in the sun of summer, marveling at the colors of autumn, surrounded by soft fluffy snowflakes of winter or feeling the first warmth of spring on your skin we are sure your time at this wondrous place in any season will enrich and rejuvenate your body and soul within the artistry of nature.


Some suggested activities...

On The Water






Paddle boarding


Paddle boating


The pristine water of Greig Lake is the perfect location for all of the above activities or guests can explore one of the many other lakes and river systems in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Canoes, Kayaks, paddle boards and a paddle boat will be provided for guests of the Lodge to use complimentary.

On The Land



Mountain Biking


Strolling through the organic gardens and forest paths


Bird watching


Wildlife viewing


Observing plants and wildflowers


Berry picking


The Boreal Trail spans nearly the entire width of Meadow Lake Provincial Park and is located within minutes of the Lodge. Numerous other trails of all skill levels can also be found around the Lodge and throughout the park.  As well, guests of the Lodge will find out their front door the organic garden open to wander through and many tranquil forest paths.  The Boreal forest provides the opportunity to observe and discover many diverse plants, animals and birds.  We are privileged to have a Bald Eagles nest next to the Lodge and frequently are able to view this graceful and majestic bird soaring through the sky.  Wild blueberries, saskatoons, cranberries and strawberries in season are found throughout the area and will delight your taste buds.



For Relaxing

Cozying up to an outdoor fire


Basking in the sunshine


Lounging in the screened in deck with a cool beverage


Taking in the splendor of the Northern Lights




Watching the majesty of the sun rising over the lake


Listening to the wild call of a loon echoing across the lake


Lazily swaying in a hammock while reading a book


Admiring the water views


Sipping a glass of wine by the fireplace


Relaxing in the comfortable common areas of the Lodge


Enjoying the simple luxury of your room


Sitting on your private deck with a good cup of coffee in hand


Waters Edge Eco Lodge is your own personal sanctuary allowing you to reconnect with yourself within the beauty of nature.  Each guest room includes simple luxuries and a private deck with a water view.  The common areas include a reading/games space and cozy fireplace sitting area.

In The Winter

Cross country skiing 


Snow shoeing




Winter can be a long season in Saskatchewan and the best way to survive it is to embrace all that it has to offer.  As ice crystals dance in the sunlight and you fill your lungs with cool crisp air in the stillness of winter it is difficult not to feel reenergized.  The Lodge provides a breathtaking winter wonderland for guests to do back country skiing or snow shoeing on numerous trails. Snow shoes will be available for the use of guests.  Please pack your skates if gliding over the frozen lake next to snow covered trees interests you as there will be a skating space prepared yearly.  Rest assured a cozy fireplace and hot beverage awaits your return in the Lodge.



Attending Hosted Events

Waters Edge Eco Lodge believes that arts, culture and wellness are integral components to happiness and health and as such we will also focus on promoting music, the visual arts, theatre, culture and wellness by hosting various events throughout the year.  As much as possible, we will work with local communities to showcase local talent and will seek out and highlight our provincial talents as well.  These will include events like gardening classes, Yoga retreats, cooking classes, and theatrical performances.  While there will be no in-house services, wellness instructors may be brought in to provide holistic practices like yoga, reiki and massage.  It is also our goal to bring in experts to teach such things as: plants for medicinal uses, organic gardening, cooking classes, guitar camps and leadership retreats.  We also wish to bring in elders or aboriginal partners to share their experiences, histories and promote aboriginal awareness.  Watch for these events to be posted or inquire upon booking.  Certain events will be open to the public.

In The Region

Guests will also have access to complimentary services within the park and local areas.  The east side of Greig Lake has a store, boat rental, tennis courts, and mini golf.  At Kimball Lake there are tennis courts, a store and ice cream stand.  There are numerous picnic and day use areas in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park as well as horseback trail rides or wagon hay rides and various other summer programming activities including geo-caching.  In addition, there are several fishing boat rentals in the park and golf courses are close by in Goodsoil and Meadow Lake.  Dorintosh, Goodsoil and Meadow Lake are great local communities to explore on your visit as well.


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