Chamberlain is a small village in Southwestern Saskatchewan.
Chamberlain is notable for being the last community between Regina and Saskatoon that Highway 11, the Louis Riel Trail, still passes through. The highway narrows to two lanes and its speed limit is reduced from 110 km/h to 50 km/h. A number of small restaurants and gas stations benefit from having traffic pass through at slow speed. It's a good pit-stop for people passing through.
Chamberlain is at the junction of Highway 11 and Highway 2, two major north-south highways in Saskatchewan. It is about half an hour drive from Moose Jaw, an hour away from Regina and one and a half hours to get to Saskatoon.
The majority village is located along Highway 11, which takes a minute or two to drive through. It is easily walkable.
- The Surveyor (Hwy 11 & Norfolk Ave). Sculptures of a surveyor and a Red River Cart which honour Saskatchewan's Métis culture.
Get out and stretch your legs.
- Pippin's Pickins, 606 Sutherland Ave, ☏ . M, Th-Su 10AM-6PM. Antique store.
Eat & drinkEdit
- Folksters Family Restaurant, Hwy 11, ☏ . Daily 7AM-8PM.
- The Old West Express, 603 Hwy 11, ☏ . Daily 11AM-7PM.
|Routes through Chamberlain|
|Prince Albert ← Watrous ←||N S||→ Moose Jaw → Assiniboia|
|Saskatoon ← Davidson ←||N S||→ Lumsden → Regina|