Accommodation for Rejuvenation, Adventure, Exploration & Enjoyment set in Nature’s Beauty
Waters Edge Eco Lodge is situated on the shores of Greig Lake, Saskatchewan. The lake resort is the result of the previous owner and founders long-time dream and was the accumulation of her passions; nature, gardening, cooking, entertaining, music, the arts, and culture.
About Waters Edge Eco Lodge – The History
In the spring of 2012 Saskatchewan Parks put out a request for proposals for the development of a fixed roof rental accommodation in the Meadow Lake Provincial Park to be situated at Greig Lake. Shelly, Waters Edge’s founder, was thrilled to learn in the summer of 2012 that she was the successful proponent. She enjoyed 10 wonderful years and grew a wonderful reputation and brand. In 2022 the property was put up for sale, and in the spring of that year Waterhen Lake First Nation Announced As New Owners Waters Edge Eco Lodge
We Got You Covered
Watch for Bald Eagles, common loons, red-necked grebes and pelicans cruising the lake to name a few of our native birds. White tailed Deer are regular year round visitors to the lodge and if you are fortunate enough you may also catch a quick passing view of brown bears, moose, lynx or foxes. If you enjoy fishing, Northern Pike, Walleye, Perch and Whitefish can be found in the waters of Greig Lake and surrounding lakes within the park.
The lodge has lakefront guest rooms with personal decks and fantastic indoor & outdoor common areas for lounging and dining. One room is also customized for guests with disabilities. If you are looking for more privacy, there are 3 charming seasonal self contained lakefront cottages available for rent May thru September.
We have an abundance of trails close by, with something to suit all hiking levels. We offer onsite trails with the option of 1km, 2km, 3km and our short but fun fairy trail, aptly named for all the fairy houses found down it. The Boreal Trail of the Meadow Lake Provincial Park spans 135kms and portions of the trail offer great day hikes with varying distances and views of the lakes and forest.