Stationed 297 km south from Saskatoon, the RM of Gravelbourg No. 104 is home to a population of 472 and has a population density of 0.6/km². Within the RM lies the town of Gravelbourg and the localities of Bateman and Coppen. Wood River and Notukeu Creek are two natural water features in the RM, and the lake resort of Gaumond Bay is near Thomson Lake Regional Park. The area is also home to the Pronghorn deer.