Header photo by Josh Lund A summer without camping isn't summer at all. This is a sentiment shared by many (I'd argue, most) Manitobans and one that rings true to my heart. While you may already have your go-to spots and your seasonal sites secured, I challenge you to expand your camping horizons to a new region of the province. Here are 10 gorgeous places to camp in Manitoba that you should absolutely check out this summer. To make reservations, visit the Manitoba Parks Reservation System .
We all know that May long weekend is the official launch to the summer camping season. Haven’t booked a site in one of Manitoba’s amazing provincial parks? No problem! Manitoba is home to plenty of fabulous family owned as well as municipal campgrounds and RV parks, perfect for that special summer getaway. Here’s a list of just seven options to choose from throughout the province.
Winter is transformative. A blanket of snow can make a place you think you know look completely new and different. While summer thinks it's got things covered as the season for national parks and outdoor adventure, winter is right there making a very good case for why it should be the reason you
It’s never too early to start thinking about your summer camping plans. Especially since reservations for summer camping in Riding Mountain National Park can be made starting January 15 at 8 a.m. by visiting reservation.pc.gc.ca or by calling 1-877-737-3783 (and FYI – winter oTENTiks are available
Ce sont des structures qui peuvent paraître insolites, mais on en aperçoit souvent au Manitoba. Pas de panique, nous ne parlons pas d’objets extraterrestres (désolée pour les amateurs d’ovnis), mais plutôt de lieux d’hébergement hors du commun offerts aux visiteurs de la superbe région des Parcs du
These structures may be strange to some, but they are right at home here in Manitoba. Don’t worry, we aren’t talking about something extra-terrestrial (sorry to excite the UFO enthusiasts), but rather a unique set of accommodations available to those who venture into Manitoba’s gorgeous Parkland.
In Riding Mountain National Park , they do winter right. Whether it’s glamping in a fully tricked out oTENTik complete with heating and USB ports, celebrating Canada’s 150 with a weekend festival packed with activities, or getting away from it all as you ski or snowshoe you way through the parks
Header Image: Kal Barteski If you’re the type that likes making your list and checking it twice (and experiencing the satisfaction of completing every item), allow our little checklist to give you the motivation to make this winter the best winter ever. And while this isn’t a complete list of all
Fall ushers in the season of cozy knit sweaters, tall leather boots, pumpkin spice lattes and the changing of leaves–personally, it’s the season I look forward to most. Cooler temperatures do mean that summer’s delights must come to an end–at least for a little while. But before you dive head first
It’s about that time of the year when we should all be appreciating our amazing country a little bit more than usual – which happens to be quite easy to do in Manitoba, the heart of Canada’s prairies, and where Canada’s Heart…Beats . There are plenty of ways to celebrate this special day and keep the