Gravelbourg is a small, historically francophone town found in south central Saskatchewan. It is located within a well-trafficked corridor and is roughly 110 kms from Moose Jaw, Swift Current, and the United States border.
The region served as a path for First Nations peoples many years ago, and was also integrated into the Redcoat Trail of the 19th century. Gravelbourg is now a key link on the 21st century Trans Canada Trail.
- Latitude: 49 degrees 53' N
- Longitude: 106 degrees 33' W
- Elevation: 700.1m
- Time Zone: Central Time Zone
Map of Gravelbourg
Highway access to Gravelbourg is provided by Highway #43 (east-west) and Highway #58 (north-south). Both highways are paved, two-lane surfaces. Gravelbourg is only 72 km south of the Trans Canada Highway.
The Gravelbourg Airport is located on the west side of town. It includes a 2,500-foot by 75-foot paved runway, taxi strip and apron. The runway is night-lit, and has a capacity for light aircraft. The airport's elevation is 700 meters (2,294 ft) above sea level.
Passenger bus service, provided by the Saskatchewan Transportation Company, is available two times weekly, travelling to Moose Jaw, Regina, and Shaunavon. Connections are available to all major cities.