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 .
Photo credit: @ddaatt Since most people still think of Manitoba as having only flat, prairie landscape, it may come as a surprise that our province actually has three diverse ecosystems: prairie, boreal and tundra. And within these three unique landscapes comes a variety of gorgeous and scenic
Il n’existe pas réellement de bonne façon de préparer quelqu’un à un choc culturel monumental. Bien que cela puisse paraître imprudent, il faut probablement plonger tête première. C’est habituellement ce que l’on fait dans ma région d’origine. On ne procède jamais pas à pas, on y met plutôt toute la
There’s never really a good way to introduce someone to a serious case of culture shock. Head first, while it may not seem prudent, is probably best and it’s usually the way things are done where I’m originally from. We don’t “babystep” you into anything. We give you the full show. Take it or leave
Header photo by: Kyle Schappert I don’t care about how much of a city slicker you are, when summer hits, we all itch to get out to the lake – any lake! Manitoba’s 5 degrees of cabin separation means that most of us get out at least once during the summer, while others move into their cozy summer
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
In Manitoba, summer means getting out and enjoying all that our rich environment has to offer, whether it be venturing out on a hike or dipping a paddle into one of our 100,000 lakes. Both beginners and seasoned pros can find a route to suit their needs, and we have plenty of whitewater and gently
One of the absolute best things about being in the wilderness is having the opportunity to watch the animals that live there. From the silent appearance of a massive moose to the impressive wingspan of a bald eagle, here are some of Manitoba’s amazing watchable wildlife and where you can see them:
Ok, I might be dating myself, but does anyone remember that Wilderness Family movie? You know, the one where some stressed-out family leaves their urban life to go live out in the wilderness and eventually befriend and adopt grizzly cubs. Yes, they become friends with bears. So you know it’s true.