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Waters Edge Eco Lodge is an all-season, lakeside lodge nestled in the boreal forest at the water’s edge on Greig Lake. Luxurious accommodation is set in the beautiful natural environment of the Meadow Lake Provincial Park, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Three seasonal lakefront rental cottages are also available for families or groups. Two unique event venues are available for weddings, reunions, retreats, and conferences.

Sustainable ecological practices have been incorporated in the design, construction, and operation of Waters Edge Eco Lodge. We strive to practice environmental sustainability by making decisions and taking actions that are in the interests of protecting our planet by practicing and promoting energy efficiency, water conservation, organic gardening, composting, and the 3 R’s-Recycle, Reduce and Reuse. 

Their story

The creative force behind Waters Edge Eco Lodges was Shelly Pikowicz. She had a dream to create a quiet, secluded place wrapped by nature, where anyone can escape and rejuvenate. In 2012, she saw a request from Saskatchewan Parks to develop rental accommodation in Meadow Lake Provincial Park near Greig Lake. She submitted a proposal and won. Her whole family participated in the construction and the operation.

Since May 2022, Waterhen Lake First Nation has acquired the Water’s Edge Eco Lodge. They plan to expand the lodge and introduce a 10-unit Teepee Village to provide guests with an indigenous experience. The site holds historical significance for the First Nations people, making it an ideal place to share their culture and history. Read more about them here.

Featured review


I love this place! I’ve stayed at Waters Edge several times in multiple seasons because it’s such a great gem in northwest Saskatchewan.

It’s one of those places you go to get away and enjoy hanging out on the property (hiking, cross-country skiing, paddling or just lounging in the hammocks or the cozy corners perfect for reading or playing games. In front of the fireplace is one of my favourite spot.).

Since each room faces east, you’ll always get woken by the most gorgeous sunrises over the lake. I highly recommend a getaway to Waters Edge!

Ashlyn George, The Lost Girls Guide

Sustainability actions

Lowest impact construction and operation

Highest level of energy efficiency

Pioneer in waste management

Fully organic and chemical-free operation

Actively protects nature and community

Most popular activities near Waters Edge Eco Lodge

  • Complimentary canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, paddle boat, hiking trails, swings, snow shoes.
  • Groomed cross country ski trails and clearing a spot on the lake for skating.
  • Wildlife and birds are abundant and bring awe to our guests.
  • Stargazing and Northern lights are also a popular activity.
  • Indoor wood-burning fireplace, books, games, and puzzles for indoor activities.

Best time to visit Waters Edge Eco Lodge

  • It is open all year around, even during the winter months.
  • If you want to view the Northern Lights, plan your visit between October and March. Please be prepared as temperature drops and remain below freezing point during all winter.



per person per night

  • 8 Guest rooms (up to 2 people)
    $ 112-132
  • 3 Cottages (up to 6 people)
    $ 220-252


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