Hit the highway and discover Manitoba's hidden gems this fall.
There's a lot to explore right here in Manitoba, and there's no better way to experience it than a road trip.
Se out on the highway to discover one of Manitoba's charming small towns. Head west to spend a day in Souris, or east for a hike in the Whiteshell. Drive a few hours north to discover remote lakes and untouched wilderness. Book a night at a Winnipeg hotel for a weekend of family fun.
No matter what you're looking for this fall, the perfect Manitoba destination is waiting for you. See you on the road!
A Manitoba road trip means travelling through Treaty 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Territory and through communities who are signatories to Treaties 6 and 10. It encompasses the original lands of the Anishinaabeg, Anish-Ininiwak, Dakota, Dene, Ininiwak and Nehethowuk and the homeland of the Métis.
Manitoba fall road trips: A Day in the Peg
Here are some Winnipeg fall favourites to get you started if you only have a day in the Peg.
Manitoba fall road trips: 48 Hours in Winnipeg
From luxury to joie de vivre, Winnipeg offers up culture, history and relaxation all perfect for creating your ultimate 48-hour getaway.
Manitoba fall road trips: Winnipeg Family Vacation
What is the secret to the perfect family vacation in Winnipeg? Loads of kid-approved activities, a handful of ways to spend time outdoors, a splash of hotel fun and a dash of adults-only options when you’re ready to leave the kids with the grandparents...
Manitoba Fall Roadtrips
Whispers of the Whiteshell
Breathe in the outdoors in Whiteshell Provincial Park.
Northern Manitoba is a vast area that is mostly still wild, which is what makes this trip so interesting.
Manitoba fall road trips: Perfectly Parkland
See iconic prairie giants and make your way into the wilds of the Parkland on this outdoor adventure.
Manitoba fall road trips: Journey to Churchill
Take Highway 6 north and explore the shores of Lake Manitoba as you head toward the coast of the Hudson Bay.
Manitoba fall road trips: Wild west wanderings
Explore Manitoba's second largest city, Brandon, where you instantly feel at home and are welcomed like an old friend. Then soak in the splendour of the land with a series of day trips to museums, attractions and parks throughout the rolling hills and...
Manitoba fall road trips: Bridging the west
This fall fun itinerary is jam-packed with quirky roadside attractions, unforgettable hikes and cute small towns.
Manitoba fall road trips: Windmills & Prairie Hills
From windmills to waterslides, explore the province’s central region. Spend a day or two in Portage la Prairie before opting for a day trip to nearby Delta Marsh and then making your way to Holland and Carman for plenty of small town charm.
Manitoba fall road trips: Vive les prairies!
Travel through southeast Manitoba to discover communities, trails and attractions rich in cultural diversity including Métis, Francophone and Mennonite heritage.
Be Safe In Manitoba
To ensure the safety of visitors and residents in Manitoba, operators comply with all health regulations and have put a number of procedures in place.
Get Vaccinated: Getting vaccinated is the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Manitoba. For more information on vaccination for Manitoba residents, click here.
Unvaccinated travellers must self-isolate upon arrival to Manitoba and will not be allowed access to many businesses and attractions. To enjoy the best of our province, be sure you are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before your trip to Manitoba.
Wear Your Mask: It it recommended guests wear masks in public spaces whenever possible and may be mandatory in certain businesses. Please adhere to any current masking recommendations and requirements.
All visitors should carry physical proof of Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccination on their person for the duration of their trip. Visitors should be prepared to provide proof of vaccination at restaurants, museums, events and more, depending on public health orders currently in force. If a visitor cannot provide proof of vaccination, they may be denied entry and/or participation.
Our tourism partners have implemented enhanced cleaning and safety procedures. Please refer to each individual business for a complete list of their COVID-19 policies.
For the latest on Manitoba COVID-19 restrictions, click here.