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Manitoba's Vast Wilderness

North of the 53rd parallel is a vast, and mostly still wild, region of Manitoba, where the landscape shifts from the forests of the Canadian Shield, to boggy muskeg to the sparsely treed tundra.

Going back thousands of years, Indigenous peoples thrived off this land, and they also played an important role in the development of the fur trade. Today, Indigenous culture is shared through festivals and events, art and museum exhibits.

Enjoy a warm Northern welcome

Communities in the north welcome you to experience incredible parks and other outdoor destinations for experiences like cross-country-skiing, ice fishing and snowmobiling.

Map indicating the northern region of Manitoba, north of the 53rd parallel.
Northern Manitoba is located on Treaty 5 Territory. Learn More
Featured Partners
The Pas

Sam Waller Museum

The Sam Waller Museum is housed in The Pas Court House and Community Building. It's the oldest standing brick building in northern Manitoba


Bakers Narrows Lodge
Flin Flon

Comfortable and quaint, the log cabins at Bakers Narrows Resort are fully equipped for a relaxing getaway or a great fishing trip.

Watchi Bay B&B
The Pas

Enjoy the natural beauty surrounding The Pas at this bed and breakfast, just 10 minutes north of the town.

Aurora Inn

Get a spacious apartment-style room for your next trip to Churchill at this centrally-located hotel.

The Tundra Inn

This hotel offers a peaceful, cozy atmosphere on a quiet side street in Churchill. There is also a restaurant in the hotel.

Paint Lake Lodge

The comfortable, modern cabins at Paint Lake Lodge are nestled into the breathtaking Paint Lake and Pisew Falls Provincial Park, just south of Thompson. Open year-round for incredible ice fishing opportunities.

Sasagiu Rapids Lodge

This modern motel sits on the edge of the beautiful Sasagiu Rapids Provincial Park, about 45 minutes south of Thompson. Enjoy access to kilometres of snowmobiling trails.

Wekusko Falls Lodge
Snow Lake

Each cozy cabin at this lodge offers a spectacular view of the Grass River or part of Wekusko Falls, both beautiful even in the winter months. Winter ice fishing and snowmobile packages available.

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Cabins & Cottages

Cook's Campground and Cabins

North Cross Bay Road, 6 miles North of Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids, MB R0C 1E0

Hotels & Motels

Iceberg Inn

184 Kelsey Blvd., po box 640

Cabins & Cottages

Moak Lodge and Campground

53'16.557'N 99'24.224'W, Grand Rapids MB
Grand Rapids, MB R0C 1E0

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.

Please note:

  • 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.