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Leisure and Entertainment - Parks and Recreation


Beaches

Beaches in a prairie province? You bet! With over 100,000 lakes, Manitoba has plenty of great opportunities to stretch out on the sand and relax.

Brandon Tourism

Situated along the Assiniboine River is Southwestern Manitoba, the City of Brandon is home to approximately 43,000 residents, with a trading area population of more than 180,000.

Camping

Interested in camping in Manitoba? Can't find a campsite? Check out the Manitoba Parks Campsite finder. Find links to information on facilities, services and reservations.

Destination Winnipeg

We are the city’s economic development and tourism agency, here to be your source for information on everything about working, living and playing in Winnipeg.

Grand Beach


Hecla Grindstone Provincial Park

Here on the prairie, there's a place where stories of sunken ships and magical islands are told, where the water and fishing is a way of life. It''s a place where endless days of outdoor adventure await. This place is called Hecla / Grindstone Provincial Park, and it is a series of islands between the east and west shores of Lake Winnipeg.

Hiking

Do you want to explore our province's parklands? Those seeking the outdoor lifestyle will find facilities ranging from near-wilderness sites to fully serviced campgrounds for campers looking to rough it in "style."

Manitoba Parent Zone

Resources and information for Manitoba parents.

Manitoba's Provincial Parks

Manitoba's parks offer a wide range of services and facilities for your year-round enjoyment.  No matter what recreational activities you pursue, you are sure to enjoy our spectacular natural environments, unique cultural sites, sandy beaches and clear waters.  When you are ready to experience everything under the sun, come to Manitoba provincial parks.

Parks Canada

Find out about Manitoba’s national and historic sites.

Pisew Falls Provincial Park

Here the Grass River drops 13 m/42.7 ft., changes direction and jets down through a gorge. A short boardwalk leads to observation platforms overlooking Pisew Falls. Another 0.5 km/.3 mi. trail leads to the Rotary Bridge over the Grass River below Pisew Falls. The bridge gives access to trails leading to the top of Pisew Falls and to a 22 km. (return) hiking trail leading down-river to Kwasitchewan Falls, Manitoba's highest. Backcountry campsites at the far end of the loop trail enable one to rest overnight and soak up the experience.

Red River North Tourism

The Red River North has an adventure for everyone. Explore the Manitoba Tourism areas of Selkirk, St. Andrews and St. Clements. Only 30 minutes North of Winnipeg, discover what it has for you!

Spruce Woods Provincial Park

Sand dunes shifting on the whim of the wind; unlikely plants like the pincushion cactus; and strange creatures like the hognose snake cause one to wonder....Manitoba?

Tourisme Riel

Tourisme Riel is a division of Entreprises Riel, a private, not-for-profit organization whose mandate is to undertake and foster Francophone economic, community and tourism development initiatives in the City of Winnipeg’s Riel District (Saint-Boniface, Saint-Norbert, Saint-Vital) in Manitoba, Canada.


Travel Manitoba

Manitoba combines all the best elements of a memorable vacation – four distinct seasons of sunshine, nature untouched by the spoils of modern life and the endless celebration of life and culture by people who love opening their hearts to new friends.

Whiteshell Provincial Park

Rushing rivers, clear deep lakes, warm sandy beaches and the fresh scent of jack pine. That's just the beginning of a great getaway in Whiteshell Provincial Park.


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