RM of Loreburn No. 254


The Mistaseni rock was originally located in the South Saskatchewan River Valley at a site held sacred by the Cree, a portion of the Mistaseni (Cree for “Big Rock”) was removed when Gardiner Dam was constructed. Interpretive plaques and a portion of the boulder is on site.

The Lakeside Marina is approximately 2 kms west of the town of Elbow, just past the golf course. Lakeside Marina is a full service marina, having premium gas available on the dock service, along with fresh water and pumpout facilities. The marina holds 150 boats, with most docks rented for the season, however there are a number available for day use.

The Harbor Golf Club & Resort is a multi functional establishment located on the shores of beautiful Lake Diefenbaker near Elbow. The course offers 6400 yards of challenging terrain from flat prairies to huge gullies and heavily wooded areas

Along with being an 18-hole championship course the Harbor has a full service dining room, meeting rooms, tournament building that facilitates over 150 people, driving range, cabins and RV sites.

Located on the west side of the dam, the Visitors Centre boasts newly renovated displays, local souvenirs and a theatre. It also includes interpretive exhibits of local flora and fauna.

Situated at the bottom of the Gardiner Dam, the power station is an interesting place to check out. There are self-guided tours or a tour guided by one of the summer seasonal tour guides.

Canada’s largest earth filled dam, located at the north end of Lake Diefenbaker. Gardiner Dam was officially opened in 1967. The spillway is more than a kilometer long.

The Museum is situated in the Village of Elbow. The museum features articles from early years.

The “Sod Shack” is a symbol of the past giving visitors a glimpse of how thousands of settlers lived when they homesteaded the Canadian prairies in the early 1990s.

This natural environment park is a prairie oasis featuring access to kilometers of natural sand beaches, massive inland sand dunes, access to the Trans Canada Trail, native prairie and secluded campsites hidden in a lush aspen forrest.

The big attraction of the park is naturally Lake Diefenbaker. The park provides access to the lake’s north end. Water sports possibilities are just about endless. Enjoy the large sandy beaches and excellent fishing. Danielson owes its existence to the Gardiner Dam which in the mid 1960’s gave birth to Lake Diefenbaker one of the finest bodies of freshwater on the prairies. This recreational Park, officially opened in 1971 and spans both shores of Lake Diefenbaker, adjacent to the dam.