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Davidson, Saskatchewan

Davidson, Saskatchewan

Home of the World's Largest Coffee Pot and Metis Fiddler

  • Author: Angie, Head Prairie Traveler
  • Date Posted: Jul 26, 2013
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  • Address: Davidson, Saskatchewan

Davidson, Saskatchewan

Halfway between Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw, Davidson is a wonderful place to stop and have a rest. Even if the town itself doesn’t rest much.

The community has gained a reputation for being constantly in motion. Not only do they have numerous fitness and physical activities available, but the town also places an emphasis on green living, recycling and the future.

History of Davidson

Davidson was settled because Ontario entrepreneur Andrew Davidson felt Saskatchewan needed a settlement halfway between Regina and Saskatoon. So, almost 100 years ago, he settled in the area and begun focusing on agriculture. Eventually, others would settle in the area with him and Davidson would create a train route that connected Saskatoon to Chicago. This single initiative brought many Americans including bankers, businessmen and journalists who would eventually start businesses here. The settlement continued to grow and it was declared a town in 1906.

Davidson Amenities

Arts & Culture

  • World’s Largest Coffee Pot
  • Metis Fiddler and Dump Cart Sculpture
  • Davidson’ Golf and Country Club
  • Louis Riel Trail (Highway 11)
  • Walking Trails
  • Davidson Train Station
  • Big John’s Antiques & Collectibles
  • Living Sky Outfitters

The worlds largest coffee pot in Davidson, Saskatchewan
Photo Credit : Steve Hoang


  • Swimming Pool Havest Hoe-Down
  • Davidson Old Fashioned Saturday Night
  • Davidson Trade and Hobby Show
  • Winter Gala

Restaurants & Bars

  • A&W
  • Keepers Restaurant & Lounge
  • FUDE 33
  • Packet Foods
  • Panda Division Restaurant
  • Subway
  • Toppers
  • Barkley’s Bar


  • Davidson Campground
  • C and T Motel
  • Jubilee Motor Inn
  • Pavelich Farm Bed & Breakfast