8 Incredible Stays to Help You Live Your Best Fall Life in Manitoba

Posted August 31, 2023 | Author Breanne Sewards

The air is crisp, the leaves are crunchy and you're all bundled up in a cozy sweater. You know what time it is. It's fall. Live your best autumnal life by booking a stay at one of these incredible Manitoba stays that get you closer to the beauty of the season.

Voyageur Houseboats

Whiteshell Provincial Park

Run, don't walk, to scoop up the last available bookings of the season for Voyageur Houseboats. Fall is a spectacular time to stay aboard the vessel and take in the fall foliage from the vantage point of the water. Kayaks are provided on board if you'd like to embark on a fall paddle!

Turtle Village

Wasagaming Campground | Riding Mountain National Park

Located within the Wasagaming campground, Turtle Village is the first of its kind as an Indigenous-owned and operated year-round accommodation on Treaty 2 territory, the traditional home of the Seven Nations Anishinaabe people of Riding Mountain. Each Turtle Shell offers an off-grid package that includes solar panels and a battery bank for power. There are 8 units available and unit number 8 is dog-friendly!

Iconic Winnipeg Treehouse


Experience Winnipeg's Iconic Tree House, a pinnacle of Canadian architecture designed by Gustavo da Roza. Referred to as the 'tree house' or 'glass house', this dwelling boasts a second-floor living space that floats amidst the fall foliage, promising an unparalleled fall stay. Nestled by the river on one of Winnipeg's most prestigious avenues, this urban retreat is located close to parks and the neighbourhood of South Osborne.

Wild Skies Resort

Whitemouth River

Fall asleep under the stars in the comfort of your very own glamping dome. Located on the Whitemouth River, Wild Skies Resort + Event Venue is home to a number of domes, bell tents and a cabin available for rent. Explore the picturesque grounds, relax in the a-frame sauna or take a kayak or canoe(free for guests) down the river.

Turtle Mountain Adventure Huts

Turtle Mountain Provincial Park

Turtle Mountain Adventure Huts are minimalistic, off-grid accommodations designed to fuse wilderness and comfort seamlessly. These huts offer the perfect escape, furnished with essential amenities including a wood-burning stove, solar lights, cooking facilities, gear storage, and a cozy sleeping area. As autumn paints the landscape in breathtaking hues, explore an array of trails, including the exhilarating Turtle's Back for mountain biking. Travelling with a pet? Jay Hut extends its welcome to your furry companions!

Eagles Nest Lodge

Winnipeg River

Indulge in the exceptional fly-and-dine adventure at Eagle's Nest Lodge. Embark on a scenic 20-minute float plane journey from Lac du Bonnet to the resort, where you can bask in the mesmerizing vistas of the Winnipeg River. Your visit includes a delectable 3-course meal served in the lodge's dining room. Alternatively, opt for an autumn fishing expedition and extend your stay with an overnight reservation at the lodge.

The Hotel at Falcon Lake

Whiteshell Provincial Park

The boreal forest's changing hues is what makes Whiteshell Provincial Park so special to visit in the fall. Another great option for your stay is the newly renovated Hotel at Falcon Lake, where you'll find a range of amenities like a sauna, steam room, plus two on-site restaurants: 1964 and The Black Bear Tavern. Did we mention the swanky 1960s-inspired Sinatra's Lounge? When it's time to relax, there are plenty of quiet spots throughout the hotel to read, play board games, or simply unwind.

Nature's Hideaway


Spend a weekend in fall in Brandon and stay off the beaten path. Situated in the Brandon hills, Nature’s Hideaway is a couple’s getaway with masterfully crafted wood cabins, hand-built by the owners, and tucked away on the family acreage that overlooks kilometres of rolling farmland. Here are just a few ideas on how to make the most of your visit to the Wheat City!

About The Author

Hey! I'm Breanne, Editorial Content Specialist for Travel Manitoba. First to jump in the lake and last to make it down the River Trail. Lover of croissants, cats, and croissant-shaped cats. Got a story idea? Email me at bsewards@travelmanitoba.com.

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