Inglis, Manitoba is an agricultural centre located in the Parkland Region of Western Manitoba, Canada. The “Barley Capital of Manitoba” is a top producing grain and cattle region surrounded by parkland, lakes and the Assiniboine River and the Shell River Valleys.
Downtown Inglis is highlighted by 5 Grain Elevators. You cannot miss them. The grain elevators are some of the last in the country. The community has gone to great efforts to protect the1922 elevators from destruction and since then the elevators have been recognized as National Historic Sites of Canada.
Inglis, Manitoba is in the heart of the Parkland Region and is central to many popular parks. To the west of the village is the Asessippi Provincial Park and the Lake of the Prairies and to the east is the Riding Mountain National Park. And, not far, up north is the Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
The agricultural community is also a good base for enjoying recreational activities in the region. Some of the more popular activity destinations include Asessippi Provincial Park, Lake of the Prairies, Crocus Trail, Frank Skinner Arboretum Trail, Duck Mountain Provincial Park and the Riding Mountain National Park.
Other historic attractions in and around the village of Inglis include a prairie plant nursery, the Old Asessippi Townsite and the 1908 St. Elijah Romanian Orthodox Church.
Inglis and the surrounding area provides many of the services important to travelers. Some of those services and amenities include accommodations, campgrounds, guides, tours, guides, attractions, restaurants, coffee house, liquor store, bank, grocery store, gas station, internet and pub.
Some of the summer activities enjoyed when visiting the region around Inglis, Manitoba include camping, canoeing, kayaking, cycling, golfing, birdwatching, swimming, boating, water skiing, picnicking, fishing, horseback riding, hunting, mountain biking, backpacking and wildlife watching.
In the winter months the activities enjoyed in the region include downhill skiing, snowboarding, xc skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and ice fishing.
Inglis is the closest community to the ski and snowboard destination named the Asessippi Ski Area and Winter Park. And located south of the community of Inglis are a series of xc ski trails called the Rivendell X-Country Ski Trails.
Inglis is also connected to a long network of snowmobile trails which connect Inglis, Manitoba with other communities like Grandview, Ethelbert and with parks like the Duck Mountain Provincial Park.