Header photo: Kyle Schappert If you love long drives and equally adore dining out, we suggest combining your two loves and make an outing of it. Whether you live in the north, south, east or west, there’s some good grub just a drive away. Here are 14 dinner destinations we think are worth the drive.
Manitoba may have two national parks, but only one of them is accessible all year round. With the fall colours beginning to make an appearance, transforming the landscape from lush greens to golden yellows, deep reds and rich, toasty orange hues, now is as good a time as any to find yourself in
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
Pride in Manitoba has come a long way since Winnipeg’s first march in 1987. Now, cities and towns across the province host parades and events for the LGBTQ* community and their allies. The newest addition to the list is Riding Mountain National Park’s Pride Week, six days of fun and festivities in
Photo by: Paulo Cuneta DYK: You can earn some pretty nifty badges by hitting the open road in Manitoba? With the goal of encouraging both local and visiting motorcyclists to explore our province, Manitoba by Motorcycle has created an awesome program that rewards savvy riders with tokens of their
“I wish the oTENTik was our house.” That statement from my 4-year-old sums up how much my kids enjoyed our stay in this hybrid tent/cabin in Riding Mountain National Park. We’ve dabbled in camping over the last couple of years – both in a tent and a tent trailer. But our first family visit to Riding
Header photo by The Forks Red and white are all the rage this weekend in Manitoba, with Canada 150 events happening EVERYWHERE in the province – and we do mean everywhere (if we missed your town’s event, leave us a comment and we’ll add it in)! There’s no shortage of opportunities to show off your
Road trips are fun and all, but I especially like them if there’s somewhere delicious to stop into on the way. And it doesn’t matter which corner of the province you are venturing into, a delicious eatery is always close by. Imagine sipping on a cold iced tea on the patio of a lively lakeside town,
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.