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Pembina Valley Provincial Park

Pembina

With an area of 1.8 km2 (440 acres) the park is to preserve areas that are representative of the Pembina/Tiger Hills Natural Region of Manitoba, and accommodate nature-oriented recreational opportunities. The park will:

  • Protect the representative features of the glacial spillway and river valley ecosystem, including deciduous forest and river habitats;

  • Provide nature-oriented recreational opportunities such as hiking and wildlife viewing in a largely undisturbed environment; and

  • Promote public appreciation and understanding of the park's natural feature

Park Directions

Located of PR 201 which is accessible from PTH 31, south of Darlingford, from PR 432 south of Morden and from PTH 32, south of Winkler.

Resources

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Trail Closure Notification - Temporary closure of trail sections along Boulder Creek in Pembina Valley Provincial Park.
Due to slumping and wash-outs, the “Boulder Creek Trail”, on the east side of Boulder Creek is temporarily closed.  The section of the “Pembina Rim Trail” from the junction of Hawks Hill trail in the south, to the picnic area along the Pembina River in the north, including the entire portion along the west side of Boulder Creek, is also closed, as is the section of the “Porcupine Ridges Trail” from the junction of “Hawks Hills Trail” to “Sunrise Point”. See map.

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