Located directly under the Auroral Oval, Churchill is one of the best places on
Wildly rugged and remote - this tundra coastal lodge provides the discerning
Our remote fly-in destination ensures that your wildlife encounters take place
Enjoy crystal blue skies, white sand shores and some of the clearest waters in all of Canada. Launch a motorboat, sailboat, kayak or canoe from dozens of sites tucked away in the forested folds of cottage country or on the inland oceans of Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba.
Like Winnipeg Beach, Grand Beach has been a prime destination since the early 1900s, when folks came by train from Winnipeg to cruise the boardwalks and trip the light fantastic at dance halls. Fast-forward a century and the site is still a big draw, thanks to its powdery-white sand, rolling dunes and family-friendly charms. Head to the west beach to people-watch - it's packed with sunbathers, surfers and boaters - or try the east beach for secluded spots among sky-high grass-covered dunes.
Stroll the sand in sun-kissed Gimli, where you'll find sailboats, yachts and fishing trawlers in the harbour. Browse along the mural-covered seawall and pose for a photo with the iconic Viking statue. Whiteshell Provincial Park is one of Manitoba's favourite summer getaways, boasting countless lakes and beaches where you can go water skiing and tubing, as well as isolated spots where you can listen for quicksilver loon calls.
From Hecla, explore miles of beach running south along Lake Winnipeg or snuggle up on a blanket for an evening view of the harbour at Moonlight Bay. At Steep Rock Beach Park, you can launch your boat or go spelunking, and at Manipogo Beach on Lake Manitoba, keep your eyes peeled for Manipogo - the province's answer to the Loch Ness Monster.
Blue Flags are awarded to beaches and marinas that meet strict criteria for water quality, environmental education, environmental management, and safety and services. For more information about this program, visit the Blue Flag website
Four season nature resort, timber frame style, fully equipped cabins, hot tubs, wood fireplaces, amazing views. Retreat meeting facilities and programs.
Take advantage of all that Morden has to offer, from spacious parks, great fishing and camping, public art, festivals, museums as well as shopping at the
Located approximately 100 km north of Brandon, Riding Mountain National Park is an island of wilderness surrounded by a sea of farmland, boasting 3000 km2 of
Enjoy gaming excitement at South Beach Casino and Resort, offering 600 slot machines, 12 table games, live poker room, gift shop. The new 95 room hotel
Birds Hill Provincial Park Featuring hills and ridges formed by ancient glaciers, this 35 sq km/22 sq mi
Camp Morton Provincial Park Several cairns depict the area's history. This area offers nature trails, flower
Dauphin is rich with nature, culture, history and events. Nestled between the beautiful Riding Mountain
Resting along the eastern shore of Lake Winnipeg, Canada's fifth largest lake and next to the historic La
Hecla Provincial Park Lush forest, rugged shoreline, scenic beaches and bountiful wildlife blend within this
Nestled on the shores of Lake Winnipeg a short 30 km drive north of Gimli features a beautiful sand beach
Lundar Beach Provincial Park Near Lundar, the heart of Canada Goose country, the park offers electrical and
Spruce Woods Provincial Park The park contains the desert-like area known as the Spirit Sands, a 4 sq km
St. Malo Provincial Park This friendly family park features a man-made lake created by the damming of the
Stephenfield Provincial Park This quiet family park features fishing and recreation facilities including a
Stonewall Quarry Park Giant limestone kilns form the focus of this unique park, which features a walking
The Pas The Pas, known as the "Gateway to the North," is actually three distinct communities: the Town of
Wasagaming Townsite, on the south shore of Clear Lake, provides a variety of recreational activities
This spectacular park offers over 2,729 km²/1,689 mi² of dazzling waters and lush forests. Park visitors of
Held the second weekend in July in Birds Hill Provincial Park, is an internationally acclaimed celebration of