Parkland Region Parks and Places
Places to Visit in Manitoba


Dauphin Parks and Trails
The park is a major year round destination for activity and adventure. During the summer months the park is popular for hiking, backpacking, wilderness camping, drive-in camping, mountain biking, cycling. fishing, boating, water skiing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, picnicking, windsurfing,,,
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The park is a year round recreation destination highlighted by a 3 kilometre trail named the Vermillion River Walking Trail. The trail provides easy access to the wetland environment therefore providing some great wildlife and bird sightseeing opportunities.
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The 23 square kilometre Asessippi Provincial Park is located on the southern end of a lake called the Lake of the Prairies. The lake is a man-made waterway measuring 67 kilometres long. It is one of the larger lakes in the western half of the province. However... only 6 kilometres of the lake, actua
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Many activities are enjoyed on Dauphin Lake in the summer months including swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, water skiing, windsurfing and fishing. During the winter months one can ice fish and snowmobile on the lake.
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The main features of the park are the day use area, the two marina channels, a campground and the long kilometres of sandy beach. The Manipogo Provincial Park is fortunate to enjoy long stretches of sandy beach as it provides lots of room to move and, maybe, even find a private spot for reflection.
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The Porcupine Provincial Forest measures a total of 207,000+ hectares. Within that area are 3 designated protected reserves - the Bell & Steeprock Canyons Protected Reserve (11,300+ hectares), Birch River Ecological Reserve (180+ hectares) and the Armit Meadows Ecological Reserve (260+ hectares).
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Some of the summer activities enjoyed in the park include swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sunbathing, camping, picnicking and birdwatching. During the winter months the activities enjoyed include ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross country skiing.
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Duck Mountain Provincial Park and the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest Site are two natural wilderness backcountry areas located in the Swan Valley - just south of the community of Swan River, Manitoba, Canada.
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The provincial park is a small park measuring only 4 square kilometers. The landscape consists of wildflower meadows and groves of mixed forest trees including cedar, juniper, aspen, spruce, jack pine and birch.
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Lake of the Prairies is a man-made lake measuring 67 kilometres long. It is one of the larger lakes in the western half of the province and one of the more popular recreation destinations in the region for water sports.
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