Meeting Lake

Park Info

May 15 - September 8, 2020
Park Entry:
$10.00 per day, $25.00 for a weekend entry.
Payment Information:
Visa, MasterCard and Interac accepted.
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Covid-19 Notice

Meeting Lake Regional Park - COVID-19 Closures

Due to the seriousness of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Meeting Lake Regional Park Authority (Park) is advising that Meeting Lake Regional Park Facilities will be closed to the General Public until June 12, 2020.

The Park will be following the guidelines set out by the Government of Saskatchewan and will be monitoring the guidelines on a daily basis. The guidelines will be updated based on the Government guidelines:

In addition, the following guidelines are in place until June 12, 2020. At that time the Meeting Lake Regional Park Authority will review the situation and advise of any changes:
1. Meeting Lake Regional Park facilities will be closed to the General Public until June 12, 2020. This date may be altered based on decisions by the Saskatchewan Government.
2. Meeting Lake Regional Park Daily Camping will be closed to the General Public until June 12, 2020.
a. The “Let’s Camp” online booking system will remain available with all sites prior to June 12, 2020 will be blocked from being booked.
b. The availability of sites will be continuously updated as more information becomes available.
c. Any people who have booked campsites or the hall prior to June 12 will be contacted to discuss alternatives.
d. The Lets Camp Service Web Address:
3. All public amenities such as the Beach, Playgrounds, Mini Golf, Bathrooms, Laundry Facilities and Fish Shack will be closed until June 12, 2020.
4. The Concession opening hours and services will be determined at a later date. The Concession is currently closed. Currently the concession can only be open for “Take-out Orders Only”. The Concession hours and services will be posted on the Park’s Facebook page when determined.
5. Park Staff will be working in the Park maintaining the facilities. Meeting Lake Regional Park Staff will not be policing “social distancing” or any of the above restrictions. If you have a complaint regarding people not following government restrictions, please contact the R.C.M.P. for enforcement.
6. Cabin Owners and Seasonal Site Renters will be permitted to access their accommodations. Only their own family who they live in the same household are permitted on their site and the expectation is they will be practicing social distancing while entering and using their facilities and while moving around the Park.

Park Description

Meeting Lake Regional Park, located on the west end of picturesque Meeting Lake, has a blend of privately owned cabins, daily and seasonal campsites, and a rental cabin. We have something for everyone from fishing to boating; sunbathing to bird watching. The Round Hall (an 8-sided building), which is located in the centre of the park, is ideal for family reunions, wedding receptions, anniversaries or other gatherings. It can host 200 people comfortably. It has a kitchen and bar facilities along with washrooms. It can be licensed to service up to 200 people. Please reserve the facility online at Book Here. Located near the lakefront, the parks quaint non-denominational chapel is perfect for intimate weddings or small gatherings. It has seating for 100 people and can be heated. A donation of $100 is encouraged for its use. Please contact the park to book this facility.
Gas, basic camping and food supplies, and restaurant services are available in the heart of the park.

Local Services

Some retail services are available in Rabbit Lake. Full retail services including grocery, local crafts and produce, gas stations, RCMP detachment, as well as, an 18 hole golf course is available in Spiritwood, located about 30 minutes from the park.

Park / Area History

As early as 1917, the park was a site known by the First Nations as the Meeting Place. During the Riel Rebellion, it is believed that it was the place of a brief encounter between the Northwest Mounted Police and the Metis. From 1916 on, it was the centre of the local agricultural community, as well as, the site of many local fairs and gatherings. From 1950 on, the Rabbit Lake Legion administrated the area for public recreation. In 1965, Meeting Lake Regional Park was established to provide recreational facilities for the area. The distinctive Round Hall and the other 8 sided building have been a fixture in the area since the inception of the park and a symbol of the pioneer spirit.

Barrier Free Access

We are wheelchair accessible in main washrooms, laundry facilities, Round Hall and concession.



Park hours for July and August are 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. Quiet time strictly enforced from 11:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Pets must be leased at all times.


Description Date Amount
Canada Day Celebrations July 1, 2020 Free
Swimming Lessons July 6 – 17, 2020 TBA

Camping Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
30 Amp and Water Daily $30.00
30 Amp and Water Weekly $180.00
30 Amp and Water Monthly $720.00
Group Camping – Fits RV’s with 30 Amp and Water Daily $100.00
Group Camping – Fits RV’s with 30 Amp and Water Weekly $600.00
Tenting Non Serviced Daily $15.00
Tenting Non Serviced Weekly $90.00
Tenting Non Serviced Monthly $360.00
Cabin Rental Daily $125.00
Cabin Rental Weekly $750.00

Rentals/Other Fees

(prices subject to change without notice)

Description Unit Amount
Firewood Per Bundle $8.00
Chapel Rental By Donation (Daily) $100.00
Boat Trailer Parking Seasonally $25.00
Boat Launch Access Fee Daily $5.00
Boat Launch Access Fee Seasonally $30.00
Round Hall Rental Daily $200.00
Round Hall Rental Weekend $400.00
Round Hall Rental – Meeting Daily $75.00
Round Hall Rental Damage Deposit Daily $100.00



  • Aquatic Program / Swimming Lessons
  • Beach Area
  • Camp Kitchen / Picnic Shelter
  • Camping (Electricity, Water, Sewer)
  • Cell Phone Service
  • Fish Filleting
  • Groceries and Supplies
  • Group Camping (Non-Electrical Sites)
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Marina
  • Pet Friendly
  • Potable Water
  • Restaurant
  • Showers
  • Ball Diamonds
  • Boat Launch
  • Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Camping (Non-Electrical)
  • Concession
  • Fishing
  • Group Camping
  • Group Camping with Hall and/or Kitchen
  • Internet and/or Wifi Service
  • Mini Golf
  • Picnic Tables
  • Public Telephone
  • Security
  • Swimming Area - Lake
  • Barrier Free Areas (Wheelchair Accessible)
  • Cabin Rental
  • Camping (Electricity and Water)
  • Camping Seasonal
  • Fire Wood
  • Gasoline Service
  • Group Camping (Electrical Sites)
  • Hall and/or Shelter Rental
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Museum and/or Historical Site
  • Playground
  • Quiet Time Enforced
  • Sewer Dump Station
  • Washrooms (Modern / Running Water)


There are 37 campsites, of which 30 have 30 amp power plus water.  The remaining seven sites are unserviced for tenting use only. There is also a serviced group campsite. Serviced sites include a fire box and picnic table. We also have 54 serviced seasonal campsites.

Washroom facilities have running water and are located throughout the camping area.  Showers and laundry facilities are also available.

Group Camping

We offer a group campsite that accommodates four and six trailers. The new site includes 30 amp power and water.  Washrooms are available nearby. The Round Hall is available (for rent) to enhance your groups camping experience.







The park swimming area is a sandy natural beach on the lakeshore. Although there are no lifeguards, the gentle slope makes it a favorite for family recreation. The beach features benches, picnic tables and a beach volleyball area. The protected swimming area includes two swimming platforms. Adjacent to the beach is a bathroom and shower facility and a well developed playground.  Swimming lessons are available during the first 2 weeks in July.

Playground/Recreation Activities

The playground features recently upgraded structures and plenty of sand. New playground equipment for young children was installed in 2013, adjacent to the main beach.

Boating and Fishing

The boat launch features a 50 foot aluminum dock connected to an ample marina structure. Meeting Lake is well known for northern pike, walleye and yellow perch fishing-an abundance of which, make for a great fishing experience.  Adjacent to the boat launch is the new fish filleting station erected in 2018.

Hiking/Nature Trails

Although not maintained by the park, there are many options for nature walks and hiking in the area.

Mini Golf

A favorite of the locals in the area, Meeting Lake Regional Park has a well-maintained 18 hole mini golf.   It features replicas of many of the historical points of interest in the area.