About the Resort Village of Mistusinne


Office and Recycling Centre  

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Office Hours: 

Sept -June Fridays from 12 noon - 5 p.m. 

July & August Fridays from 12 noon - 5 p.m. & Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  

Recycling Hours:  Is open year round. Please use responsibly. 

Bottle/can recycling is accepted at the recycle centre during regular recycle hours noted above, as well as Loraas recycling during these times.

What can I recycle?

Community Events: 

Check out the Bulletin Board at the front entrance for events, items for sale, services, etc.

Join our Facebook group! The Resort Village of Mistusinne

Also, check out the Elbow website at www.villageofelbow.com for a list of events and services in the area. 

Golf Rates for 2024: 

Resident Adult Season Pass - $100  Resident Youth (17 & under) Season Pass - free with Adult pass; Non-resident Adult Season Pass - $150; Non-resident Youth (17 & under) Season Pass - $75; Daily Passes -  Adult $15 Youth $5. 


boat launch RATES: 

Ratepayer - no charge (boat launch passes can be picked up at the Resort Village Office)

Non-ratepayer - season fee $30; daily fee $10 (drop boxes located at the boat launch and at the Resort Village Office)  


Septic Pump-out Service

Grant's Septic Service

For septic tank pump-outs call 306-860-8601 



The Story of the Mistusinne Rock

Mistaseni was the Cree name given to 400-ton granite boulder deposited thousands of years ago at a location ten miles southeast of the current village of Elbow. Cree legend had it that the rock was once a buffalo dropped on the site by a giant eagle. Captain Palliser first recorded Indian ceremonies at the rock in 1857. Old timers recall finding beads and bits of cloth tucked into the rock’s crevices as ceremonial offerings. 

After unsuccessful efforts by archaeologists and entertainers to raise enough money to move the rock, in December 1966, PFRA engineers drilled holes in the boulder for 60 sticks of dynamite and blasted it apart. The legend of the rock lives in the memory of Indians like Pat Cappo of the Muscowpetung First Nation who recalled his grandfather’s band of 600 wintering near the rock in 1868, “the year they took peace with Sitting Bull”, and also in its namesake, the Resort Village of Mistusinne.



Village Map


A Report on the Afforested Areas & Grasslands

A Report on the Afforested Areas and Grasslands