A couple holding hands and walking a dog passes under the colourful mural on the footbridge at The Forks
Spring & Summer
Warm weather delights

Spring & Summer

Make the most of Manitoba's sunny spring and summer.

Trail Restrictions & Wildfire Warning

Due to continued dry conditions and extreme wildfire danger, hiking trail restrictions and fire bans are now in place at all provincial parks throughout the province. Before venturing out, please check all current fire and travel restrictions on the Government of Manitoba parks page.

The first sign of spring in Manitoba is when the prairie crocus – our provincial flower – pokes its head out from the last crust of snow to soak up the spring sun.

As the forests and fields come alive, Manitoba’s spring turns to summer, bringing the promise of perfect beach days, camping, and heading out on the water for a canoeing adventure. Long days of sunshine and average temperatures of +26°C make Manitoba the perfect place for your summer vacation.

Crocus roadside monument in Arden

Arden pays tribute to Manitoba’s provincial flower with its crocus roadside attraction.

Hiking & Trails

Thousands of kilometres of trails for adventures in every season.

Northern Lights

See the northern lights up to 300 nights a year.

Camping on the rocks next to the lake at Nopiming Provincial Park

Camping in Manitoba

As soon as spring hits, it's time to break out the camping gear. With so many places to pitch your tent, all you have to do is look at a map, pick a region and enjoy the best Manitoba's campground have to offer.

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Enjoy a round of golf or a backcountry hike--the range of outdoor experiences in Manitoba is as wide as our prairie skies.

man holding fish

Escape in Manitoba

Seeking the thrill of reeling in a trophy catch this summer? Get away from it all on a wilderness fishing adventure like no other.

Time for an escape? Look to Manitoba’s relaxing spas and wellness destinations. Soak away stress in a mineral pool at a resort spa, be surrounded by calm at a city oasis and recharge your batteries once you’re completely disconnected at a nature retreat.

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