With fully modern recreation and town facilities, Regina Beach is not only a great place to vacation, it's a great place to live. A vacation spot since the early 1900s, this lakeshore community offers residents and visitors alike year-round outdoor recreational opportunities and a wide variety of community hosted events. Be sure to check out the Regina Beach Lions Walleye Classic held annually in early June and the Regina Beach Winter Festival held in March.
The community has grown form its incorporation in 1920 from 379 to 1081 reported on 2011 census.
Regina Beach is a town in south central Saskatchewan, located on Highway 54, close to where Highway 11 intersects with the Qu'Appelle Valley. As Regina Beach rests on shores of the south end of Last Mountain Lake, it becomes an active lakeside resort town in summer.
One of southern Saskatchewan's most popular beaches, Regina Beach Recreation Site is situated on the shores of Last Mountain Lake. This site offers a beautiful beach area, playground, service centre, picnic area (briquettes only), beach volleyball courts, boat launch and a fish filleting building. The resort town of Regina Beach offers restaurants, boutique shops, yacht club and more. It's close proximity to Regina makes it a perfect place for a summer day escape. No entry fee.
Fishing/ Ice Fishing
Hiking/ Wildlife Viewing
Based on the 2016 census, the population of the Town of Regina Beach is 1145.
Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Check the local paper classified ads for rental property listings or try a local realtor.
Summer Hours (April 16-October 15):
Open every day except Monday and Thursdays
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Winter Hours (October 16- April 15):
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Residents located on the west of Centre Street have garbage picked up weekly on Mondays.
Residents located on the east of Centre Street have garbage picked up weekly on Tuesdays.
Garbage must be put out by 7:00 am on the front street curb to ensure pick up.