Roblin, Manitoba, Canada is surrounded by lakes, streams, creeks and rivers in the Parkland Region of Western Manitoba, Canada. The community is referred to as the “Flyfishing Capital of Manitoba” and it is considered a top fly fishing region in the province.
Attractions, adventures and activities most enjoyed in and around Roblin and the surrounding areas include golfing, hiking, camping, hunting, cycling, picnicking, swimming, sailing, boating, horseback riding, canoeing, cycling, birdwatching, xc skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding and fly fishing for walleye, northern pike, perch, rainbow and brown trout.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in and around Roblin Manitoba includes the Asessippi Provincial Park, Riding Mountain National Park, Lake of the Prairies, Porcupine Provincial Forests, Millennium Park, Madge Lake, Childs Lake, Gull Lake, Blue Lakes, Goose Lakes, East Goose Lakes and the Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
Places to stay, services and amenities important to travelers in and around Roblin Manitoba includes accommodations (hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts (B&B), vacation homes, inns, lodges), campgrounds, tours, guides, outfitters, restaurants, laundromat, coffee shops, grocery store, pubs, liquor store, bank, gas station, gift stores, and internet services.
The most visited natural sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Roblin Manitoba includes the Keystone Pioneers Museum, 1906 Canadian Northern Railway Station and the Roblin Pioneers Monument.
Transportation services getting to and from and around Roblin, Manitoba include taxi, bus, rail, and the Roblin Airport.