Family Fun
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Family Fun

Make memories in Manitoba.

Whether you’re heading out for a family vacation or looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon with the grandkids, Manitoba delivers fun, affordable and exciting things to do with the whole family.

Fuel little imaginations by exploring some of Manitoba’s parks and outdoor destinations. Ignite their curiosity at a museum where the past comes alive. Make lasting memories on a family road trip during any time of the year.

Featured Experiences

Assiniboine Park Conservancy

Assiniboine Park Zoo

Connect with amazing animals and with each other when you visit the Zoo. Featuring species from around the world and more than 80 acres to explore, the Zoo is a must-see destination for all ages.

Lilac Resort RV Lodging and Water Park

RV, Lodging and Water Park

Book a stay or come out for the day to enjoy water slides, 3 pools, sundecks, large playground, organized activities and live weekend entertainment. All located just 20 minutes east of the Winnipeg Perimeter, off Hwy 1.

Manitoba Association of Campgrounds and Parks

Make memories one campground at a time

There's nothing like a getaway in Manitoba's great outdoors to rejuvenate our souls. Reconnect, relax and renew with Manitoba's Privately owned campgrounds. Each of our Campgrounds offer a unique camping experience for your family.

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10 Must-See Attractions You Need to Experience in Winnipeg

Planning a trip to Winnipeg this year? No matter when you visit the city, you need to experience these 10 must-see attractions.

10 must-see Winnipeg attractions to experience in summer 2023

Planning a trip to Winnipeg this summer? Our capital city is home to a number of lively festivals and events all summer long. But no matter what brings you to Winnipeg, these are 10 attractions that can't be missed during your stay.

Northern Lights

See the northern lights up to 300 nights a year in Manitoba.

Camping

Get closer to Manitoba’s wilderness on a camping trip.

Indigenous Adventures

Indigenous culture isn’t just a part of Manitoba’s past, it's a part of nearly every experience in the province. Outdoor adventures follow the ancient paths of Manitoba’s original inhabitants, while powwows highlight vibrant traditions continued today.

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Whether you live in or near Brandon, this city with small town charm is the perfect spot for a quick family getaway.

Major Festivals & Events

Folklorama

2nd Floor, 183 Kennedy Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1S6

Historic Sites

Fort Dufferin

Highway 75, 3 miles north of Emerson
Emerson, MB R0A 0L0

Historic Sites

Grey Nuns Walkway

Avenue Tache, just over the Esplanade Riel Pedestrian Bridge
Winnipeg, MB .

Water Play

Hoopla Island

Pinawa Public Beach - 5 Willis Drive
Pinawa, MB R0E 1L0