Elbow

Founded in 1909, Elbow is a small village in Saskatchewan, located along highway 19 right on Lake Diefenbaker. Elbow got its name from the bend in the Saskatchewan River, which resembles a bent arm. The town is famous for its open spaces, low cost of living and is located just over 10 km away from Douglas Provincial Park.
Elbow is a very close-knit and active community with a population of near 300, a great place to raise a family if you’re looking to relocate. It has all the essentials and the amenities you would expect to find in a tourist location or a place to call home. Excellent water & sewer systems, with a new lagoon under construction, a million dollar project funded in part by the Village.
Come to Elbow and experience the unspoiled beauty of Lake Diefenbaker for a weekend getaway, you can be sure you’ll enjoy your time there. Kilometers of secluded beaches can guarantee an eventful afternoon with friends and family. Not to mention the massive lake can prove to be a play ground for every type of water enthusiast. The town has a boat dealer ship, a marina for boat storage and a golf course. Elbow has a history museum and library, for those who wish to know the town’s traditions and heritage as well.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $222K
Lowest Price $69.9K
Highest Price $500K
Total Listings 11
Avg. Days On Market 90
Avg. Price/SQFT $333

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