- May long weekend - September long weekend
- Park Entry:
- $5.00 per day.
- Payment Information:
- Cash, Cheque, Interac, Visa and MasterCard accepted.
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Our park will be closed for the month of May due to Covid-19.
This park may be a bit off the beaten path but that is, in fact, one of its best features. Struthers Lake Regional Park gives the visitor a view of sand hills bordering a small peaceful lake. If you're looking for a great place to host a company picnic, family or school reunion, church picnic, wedding, or anniversary then come visit Struthers Lake.
We have a Gazebo for rent that will hold up to 150 people! Built in 1992, the gazebo provides the perfect place to hold a gathering! The park has seven rental cabins which are electrified and furnished, with fridge, stove, microwave, table & chairs, bed(s) and hide a beds. Bring your own bedding and dishes. Our concession offers full meals, snacks and a few groceries. Modern washrooms with showers are located adjacent to the concession building. In addition to the excellent bird watching right in the park, the waterhen marsh is a short 15 minutes away. It is designated a bird sanctuary and is host to many varieties of birds and waterfowl.
Kinistino is 28 km Northeast of the Park and has food services, gas, groceries, bank, and propane. Birch Hills is 32 km Northwest and has a beautiful 9 hole golf course as well as all amenities.
Park / Area History
The park was founded in 1965 by the Kinistino Fish and Game League (now known as the Struthers Lake Wildlife Federation), in order to provide a low cost family park for local people. It is surrounded by farmland and receives funds for capital expansion from surrounding rural municipalities.
Barrier Free Access
The Park has a rental cabin that is designated wheelchair accessible along with the washrooms in the shower house.