Enjoy a glorious worry-free visit at Riding Mountain National Park by spending your time hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating, swimming, or exploring the shops and restaurants in the Wasagaming Townsite. Learn about the natural forces that shaped this beautiful park on a guided interpretive adventure and watch for elk, deer, and moose as you wander through beautiful valleys, or ramble over rolling hills.

Prefer to strike out on your own? Keep an eye out for eagles, whooping cranes, kingfishers and Manitoba’s provincial bird, the Great Grey Owl, as you roam past beautiful lakes and streams along more than 400 kilometres of trails that crisscross the park from the meadows and wetlands of the west, to the Manitoba escarpment in the east.

The Wasagaming Campground offers many different camping experiences, including the option to rent a yurt, many serviced and unserviced campsites. If you’re tired of sleeping on the floor, try out the oTENTik – a structure formed by canvas and wood which sleeps six people and comes with a picnic table, wood stove, deck, firepit and propane barbeque.

“Riding Mountain National Park provides all the amenities, outdoor activities and special events you could ask for, making it the prime tourism destination in Manitoba,” says Richard Dupuis, RMNP’s Visitor Experience Manager. “We are excited about offering our visitors another great summer experience.”

For more information, visit: www.parkscanada.gc.ca/riding

Follow on Facebook and twitter at facebook.com/RidingNP and twitter.com@RidingNP.

This article is sponsored by Riding Mountain National Park.