Parks and Protected Spaces
Discover & Learn with Park Interpreters
Interpretive programs are an excellent way for you to better understand our parks natural and cultural history and park land management, as well as our commitment to environmentally responsible development.
Whether you are at the cottage, camping or just out for the day, Park Interpreters want you to make the most of your stay in provincial parks.
Park interpreters lead guided hikes and historical tours, stage special events, conduct campfire talks, provide family activities and give presentations at amphitheatres. We also offer school and group programming year round.
Take a guided tour of a marsh or attend a campfire talk to learn about white-tailed deer or water conservation. Listen for the call of a wolf or enjoy music once sung by voyageurs and bison hunters. In the winter, trek through the forest on snowshoes or build a quinzhee. Interpretive events are always free of charge and everyone’s welcome!
We also provide non-personal interpretation in most locations to allow you to discover our parks features on your own.
- Hike one of our many self-guided trails, featuring interpretive signs and brochures that highlight unique park features
- Hey Kids! Complete our Children’s Activity Booklets to become a Nature Detective, Jr Naturalist or Park Explorer
- Get rewarded for visiting parks with the Passport to Adventure (PDF)
Head of Interpretation
Parks & Protected Spaces Branch
Box 52, 200 Saulteaux Crescent
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3W3