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Manitoba's wilderness playgrounds are legendary. Scenic national or provincial parks in every corner of the province draw nature lovers to enjoy a plethora of outdoor pursuits in all seasons.
There's no end to the activities you can enjoy in a multitude of urban parks in towns, villages and cities across Manitoba.
Wildlife, ponds, art galleries or outdoor concert stages are special features in many public parks, and in some urban greenspaces you can go golfing, hiking, biking and cross-country skiing just steps from shops and hotels.
Visit Portage la Prairie's Island Park, where attractions run the gamut from an indoor wave pool and waterpark to sports and fair grounds, strawberry fields and concert stages.
Go birdwatching and hiking on the trails of Brandon's Riverside Discovery Centre and snowshoe on Thompson's Millennium Trail.
In Winnipeg, enjoy musical theatre at Rainbow Stage in Kildonan Park. Cross-country ski on lighted trails at Windsor Park and make a pilgrimage to Assiniboine Park - it's the very definition of urban oasis. A picture-perfect greenspace, it boasts an art gallery, conservatory, duck pond, English garden and much more.
Check out the fabulous nature playground where kids can traverse tree tunnels and explore a Snakes and Ladders-themed garden. Catch a double-decker bus to tour the park's star attractions or spend the day strolling on lawns and pathways.
In summer, curl up on a picnic blanket to catch a movie or live performances of jazz, ballet and classical music at the Lyric Theatre's free stage.
In winter, the park remains one of the most popular spots in the city - the duck pond becomes a skating rink and the towering toboggan run is open for thrill rides. You can also go skiing, snowshoeing or hiking through the pine-scented Assiniboine Forest and, if you're lucky you'll come face-to-face with one of the area's resident white-tailed deer.
Visit Lake Minnewasta Recreation Area all-season facility which offers a large fully serviced RV park, swimming, fishing, water skiing, canoeing, sailing and
Manitoba's most complete RV camping and lodging resort. 20 minutes east of Winnipeg on Trans Canada Highway. Experience sights and sounds of the Caribbean at
Well-treed sites for privacy. Full serviced lots. Available by the day, week, month. Playground, horseshoe pits, on-site manager. Well-groomed sandy beaches 10
90 km south of Highway 1 on Highway 10. Adjacent to International Peace Garden. Park is characterized by
Sites are reservable, season from May to October. Adjacent to 35,000 ft² aquatic play park, playground,
Spacious sites, playground, baseball diamonds. Across the street from the curling and skating rinks and
Gateway to Winnipeg and Manitoba, on Highway 59 South. 11 km to entertainment, The Forks, shopping centers,
12 miles north of Russell along Highway 83. Showers, group camping, wading pool, playground, volleyball
On south end of beautiful Lake of the Prairies, 19 km north of Russell, 11 km west on PR 482. Excellent
Highway 1, 65 km west of Brandon. May to September. Private, shady, fire pits, picnic tables. Showers,
Modern rooms, kitchenettes or fridge and coffee maker. Luxury honeymoon suite with jet tub. Hospitality room
19 km south of Flin Flon on Highway 10. Beautiful sites and beaches on Lake Athapapuskow. Home of the trout
40 km north on PR 234 and Highway 8. The most northerly provincial campground on Lake Winnipeg. Spectacular
In heart of the Porcupine Mountains, approximately 43 km north of Swan River on PTH 10 then west on PR 365.
Free camping, open year-round, playground nearby, located in town.
Capacity - 24 Four modern kitchenette cabins. Boats, motors, gas, oil, fishing licences, dock, boat
227 km north of Winnipeg, follow Highway 59 north to Highway 44, east to Highway 11, north on PR 314.
32 km north of Highway 1 on Highway 44, turn north at Highway 307 for 32 km, in Whiteshell Provincial Park.
25 sites with water and electricty (15 and 30 amp). Campers $15.00, tenting $7.00. Open June to end of
32 km north of Highway 1 on Highway 44, north at Highway 307 for 40 km to Highway 309, east for 13 km, in
Open May to October. Largest outdoor pool, on Yellowhead Highway 16, one mile south of Binscarth. Modern
35 km north of Sprague on PR 308, 6 km past Moose Lake. Campsites overlook Lake of the Woods on Buffalo Bay.
227 km north of Winnipeg, follow Highway 59 north to Highway 44, east to Highway 11, north to PR 313, east to
Birds Hill Provincial Park Featuring hills and ridges formed by ancient glaciers, this 35 sq km/22 sq mi
Playground, fishing, tennis, volleyball, swimming, beach, lifeguards, golfing, free firewood, museum, tourist