It's no wonder that Whiteshell Provincial Park is one of the province's most popular parks. Characterized by stunning lakes, rivers, boreal forest and of course the rugged Precambrian Shield, the Whiteshell is a nature lover's sanctuary. This year, make a point to explore more of this park with these 10 amazing spots and be prepared to fall in love all over again.
When you visit Manitoba, you are also visiting Treaties 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 - the traditional lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Get to know these rich Indigenous cultures by supporting a local, Indigenous-led tour or workshop.
Photo de bannière : Emelita Walton Le Manitoba compte un nombre impressionnant de parcs provinciaux. Ces 90 parcs représentent un énorme territoire et beaucoup de lacs à visiter. Notre concours sur les parcs provinciaux a démontré que, malgré le grand nombre de nos parcs, chacun possède des
Header photo by Emelita Walton Manitoba has a whopping 90 provincial parks. That’s a lot of land and lake to cover. If our Provincial Park Madness competition proved anything, it’s that for as many parks as we have, each has its unique features that draw visitors for very different reasons, and that
Meet thousands of frenzied snakes, decipher ancient writing on rock walls, dig for fossils and venture into cavernous depths. Manitoba’s natural wonders match any adventure had by film hero and archaeologist Indiana Jones. World’s largest snake pits Located between the towns of Narcisse and Inwood,
From festivals to fossil digs, Manitoba is a place where the past and present intermingle. For history fanatics, cultural buffs and explorers of all kinds, the province offers an exciting variety of immersive experiences to take you from days past to celebrations and activities of people living
Let the wonders of nature be a backdrop for reflection on the power of the human spirit at Whiteshell Provincial Park. Begin your Whiteshell journey at the Bannock Point Petroforms near Nutimik Lake. The petroforms are stones laid out on the bedrock in the shapes of turtles, snakes, geometric