Welcome to the Village of Elbow
The Village of Elbow, Saskatchewan, Canada is situated halfway between Regina & Saskatoon on Highway 19, and right on Lake Diefenbaker. The village was originally called River View. Its' name was changed to "Elbow" which got its name from the bend in the South Saskatchewan River, resembling a bent arm, on March 1, 1909 and was incorporated on April 6, 1909. The first post office opened on April 1, 1906.
Come to Elbow and experience the unspoiled beauty of Lake Diefenbaker. Be it for a day trip, a week's vacation, or maybe you are looking to relocate, we're sure you'll enjoy our little Village. Miles of secluded beaches provide a wonderful afternoon's getaway, and the massive lake provides enough playground for every type of water enthusiast.
Elbow has a census population of 341, but our seasonal population swells to well over 800 in the summer months. We have all of the essential services you would expect to find in either a tourist destination or a place to call home.
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