Roblin, Manitoba is located 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 flyfishing region in the province.
Roblin is surrounded by lakes,, streams, creeks and rivers. A couple big parks with lakes are real close too. To the west of the village is the Asessippi Provincial Park and to the east is the Riding Mountain National Park. And not far away, up north, is the Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
The community is well known in fishing circles as a fishing get-a-way. It is an ideal base for accessing lakes like Lake of the Prairies, Madge Lake, Childs Lake, Gull Lake, Blue Lakes and Goose Lakes. West and East Goose Lakes fall within the town of Roblin and are very easily accessible.
The fishing lakes provide an opportunity to catch walleye, northern pike, perch, rainbow and brown trout. But... it is not all about fishing - there is more activities to enjoy like golfing, hiking, camping, hunting, cycling, picnicking, swimming, sailing, boating, horseback riding, canoeing, cycling and birdwatching.
Roblin and the surrounding area provides many of the services important to travelers. Some of those services and amenities include accommodations, campgrounds, restaurant, gas station, outfitters, guides, coffee house, retail stores, liquor store, art gallery, museum, bakery, sport rentals, banks and a laundromat.
The community is a good base for accessing parks and enjoying adventures and activities. Some of the more popular parks and lakes include West & East Goose Lakes, Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Madge Lake, Millennium Park, Riding Mountain National Park, Sundial Junction, Asessippi Provincial Park and the Lake of the Prairies.
In the winter months the activities enjoyed in the region include xc skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing, downhill skiing and snowboarding.
Roblin is close to the Asessippi Ski Area and Winter Park. It is a the region's ski and snowboard destination. And, if xc ski is your thing, there are xc ski trails located south of the community called the Rivendell X-Country Ski Trails.
Roblin is also connected to a network of 700+ kilometres of snowmobile trails. The trails connect to other communities like Inglis, Grandview, Swan River, Ethelbert and with parks like the Duck Mountain Provincial Park, the Asessippi Provincial Park and the Porcupine Provincial Forests.