Holland and Cypress River Manitoba, Canada are two small communities which form part of the Regional Municipality of Victoria. The communities are, both, agricultural communities located in the Central Plains Region of Manitoba, Canada.
Located to the north of the communities is the Assiniboine River. It is a major recreation river in the province of Manitoba. Surrounding the community are farming fields, grassland prairie, grain elevators and grazing pastures.
To the northeast of Holland is the community of Portage La Prairie. To the west is the community of Cypress River. And to the south is Swan Lake while just northwest of Holland is the popular recreation destination known as the Spruce Woods Provincial Park.
Because of the long history there are many historical buildings in the community for viewing. Some take a self guided walking tour exploring the older buildings when visiting in the communities.
The services important to travelers located in or near the communities of Holland and Cypress River, Manitoba include accommodations, campgrounds, guest ranches, retail stores, restaurants, supply stores, coffee houses, banks, grocery stores, internet and gas stations.
When in Holland and Cypress River, Manitoba take the time to visit some of the local and nearby parks and "points of interest" in the region. The destinations to explore include the Holland Windmill, the Sand Hills, the Trappist Monastery "Our Lady of the Prairies", TCT (Trans Canada Trail) and the Spruce Woods Provincial Park.
During the summer months the activities enjoyed in the region and surrounding parks and rivers include hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, camping, canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, picnicking, fishing and tennis.
In the winter months people enjoy snowmobiling, ice fishing and cross country skiing. There are snowmobile trails in the Sand Hills which are maintained by the local snowmobile club. There are cross country ski trail sin the Spruce Woods Provincial Park.