Grand Beach, MB, Canada Travel

Manitoba Travel & Adventure Guide

Part of the East Beaches

Grand Beach, Manitoba, Canada is part of the East Beaches. Grand Marais is the main village for servicing Grand Beach. The East Beaches is a collection of resort villages and sandy beaches located on the eastern shores of Lake Winnipeg. Lake Winnipeg is the 10th largest fresh water lake in the world.

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Attractions, Adventures, Things To Do in Grand Beach, Manitoba

Activities and attractions most enjoyed in and around Grand Beach and the surrounding areas includes golfing, swimming, beach volleyball, horseback riding, birdwatching, hiking, kite boarding, wind surfing, fishing, sailing, water skiing, kayaking, camping, biking, boating, picnicking, geo caching, hunting, xc ski, ice fishing and snowmobiling.

Parks, Trails, & Places to Explore in Grand Beach, Canada

A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Grand Beach, Manitoba includes the Grand Beach Provincial Park, Border Route Trail, Beaconia Beach, Balsam Bay, Grand Marais Beach, Lester Beach, Traverse Bay, Hillside Beach, Albert Beach, Victoria Beach and the Patricia Beach Provincial Park.

Grand Beach Accommodations, Services and Transportation

Travel services and amenities important to travelers in and around Grand Beach, Manitoba includes accommodations (hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, cottages, inns), campgrounds, restaurants, coffee shops, general stores, pubs, ATM, gas station, gift stores, internet and transportation services including marinas.

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