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There's no shame in hibernating through the cold winter months, but there's no reason why you can't enjoy the same level of coziness and relaxation while also exploring the province. Grab your special someone and cuddle into one of these six amazing winter accommodations right here in Manitoba.

1. Harness Adventure Mushing Co.

Richer

If you can't make it to Churchill this year to try dogsledding - fear not - Harness Adventure Mushing Co. is bringing the traditional activity to southern Manitoba. To make the experience even better, opt for an evening dogsled ride that delivers you straight to a glamorous winter camping experience. Stay overnight in the new winter tent that includes a four-post Queen size bed, a wood stove and a love seat. After your enchanting night in the woods you will be delivered a small continental breakfast before your snowshoe trek back to the main house.

2. Moon Lake oTENTiks

Riding Mountain National Park

While you might be familiar with the oTENTiks of the Wasagaming campground, you need to know about the new winterized oTENTiks available at Moon Lake. Situated in the boreal forest overlooking the lake, the Moon Lake oTENTiks are much more remote but still come equipped with a woodstove, a solar powered USB charging station and LED lights - making them the best option if you want to try an easier version of winter camping!

3. Tallpine Lodges

Whiteshell Provincial Park

If you really need to get away from it all, consider a stay at Tallpine Lodges, a couples-only resort nestled into the trees of Whiteshell Provincial Park in West Hawk Lake. The cozy cabins come with a jacuzzi (perfect for soaking away your winter worries), a fireplace and a private sauna. Should you choose to engage with the great outdoors during your stay, the resort offers free cross-country ski and snowshoe rentals. For more adrenaline, those with a SnoPass also have the option of renting a snowmobile to explore the groomed trails through the park. Don't be surprised if you make friends with some of the locals (aka, the friendly deer) during your visit. 

4. Falcon Beach Ranch

Whiteshell Provincial Park

Falcon Beach Ranch has been getting a lot of attention on our Instagram due to two of its cutest residents - but there's more to this ranch than adorable farm animals. Stay in one of the authentic log cabins that overlook the ranch and enjoy a fully equipped kitchen and a wood-burning fireplace (firewood included)! In between reading by the fire, head out on a sleigh or horseback ride and see some of the picturesque trails that make up this gorgeous corner of Whiteshell Provincial Park. 

5. Gull Harbour

Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park

Gull Harbour is a newly renovated addition to Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park, offering a fantastic lakefront location and 12 guest rooms to choose from (each with a waterfront view). Spend the day ice fishing with an expert guide on a SnoBear, or rent a snowmobile, available exclusively to hotel guests. Plus, bring your own skates to venture down the lake or strap on your cross country skis to check out some of the trails throughout the park.

6. Lakehouse

Riding Mountain National Park

If you're not too keen on the idea of glamping but still want to experience the magic of winter in Riding Mountain National Park, consider renting a room at the chic Lakehouse Boutique Hotel. Situated in the centre of town, the location doesn't get much better if you want to experience the different winter activities in the park. The newly renovated rooms make for the perfect home base while the restaurant will keep you refuelled between skating, snowshoeing and more. Plan to visit during the Winter Adventure Weekend (2021 dates TBA) and fully experience all the park has to offer in the winter!