Parks, Trails, Beaches and Places
Manitoba, Canada Adventure Travel

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Central Plains

Portage la Prairie, Holland and Gladstone Parks, Trails, Historic Sites, Canada, MB for planning adventures, and activities.

Eastern Manitoba

Central Plains Parks and Places

Interlake Region

Interlake Region Parks and Places

Northern Region

Northern Region Parks and Places

Parkland Region

Parkland Region Parks and Places

Pembina Valley

Pembina Valley Parks and Places

Western Region

Western Region Parks and Places

Winnipeg Region

Winnipeg Region Parks and Places
FortWhyte-Alloway-reception centre
All-year great family destination.The seven kilometres of trail available to be trekked at FortWhyte Alive provide visitors with exercise and the opportunity to view its diverse habitats. FortWhyte Alive is open 364 days a year.
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1961 McCreary Rd
Winnipeg
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The Forks National Historic Site is a 9 acre park with open green space , interpretive displays, and sculptures situated next to The Forks Market Plaza, Johnston Terminal and Festival Park, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.
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25 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg
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Narcisse Snake Dens. World’s largest concentration population of overwintering red-sided garter snakes in the world gather together in writhing, tangled masses as they perform their spring mating ritual.
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Highway 17
Narcisse
ambroisebeach
The white sandy beach is the highlight of the park. The beach is the central hub of activity in the park for swimming, sunbathing, reading, sightseeing and birdwatching. Other activities enjoyed throughout the park include camping, hiking, sightseeing, picnicking, windsurfing and fishing.
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Saint Ambroise
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sland Park is the main events park and recreation destination located in the community of Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. The park is the site of a winter festival of lights, summer events and year round activities.
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Royal Road
Portage La Prairie
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Fort La Reine today is an interpretive museum detailing the history of the region through its buildings and artifacts. There are over 25 heritage buildings and various machinery located on site in a village format.
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Lincoln Avenue
Portage La Prairie
deltamarsh
Delta Marsh is recognized as a designated wildlife protection area and a bird gaming site (hunting). The wetland environment is one of the largest lacustrine marshes (marsh located in or on the edge of a lake) in North America. It is the largest marsh in the Lake Manitoba region.
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Road #240
Portage La Prairie
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The Big Grass Marsh is a protected wildlife reserve for migratory birds. The birds arrive at the marsh during migration to feed, nest and rest. The main bird species which visit the region every year during migration include ducks, gulls, geese and sandhill cranes.
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Road #265
Gladstone,
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The Whiteshell Provincial Park is a wilderness playground located in the Lake of the Woods area of the Manitoba Lowlands Natural Region. The 270, 000 hectare park is a mix of eco systems consisting of rivers, creeks, wetlands, bogs, rocky outcroppings, sandy beaches, forests and the Canadian Shield.
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Route #44
Beausejour
canoe-nopiming
There are said to be over 700+ lakes and hundreds of kilometres of rivers. Some developed lakes include boat launches, campgrounds, beaches, resorts and fish cleaning stations. Some remote lakes are outfitted with accommodations like fishing lodges, cottages and wilderness camps...
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Route #315
Lac du Bonnet
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Lake Winnipeg is the worlds 10th largest fresh water lake. Grand Beach Provincial Park is one of the more popular parks on the large lake. The beach park is a mixture of eco systems consisting of 12 foot sand dunes, long sandy beaches, jackpine forests, wetland bogs and marshland.
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Route #12
Grand Beach
elk
The main adventures enjoyed in the remote wilderness park include canoeing, fishing, birdwatching, white water rafting, hunting and wilderness camping. Always make sure to keep a keen eye open while exploring for some First Nation pictographs painted on the rocks and cliffs.
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Lac du Bonnet
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The provincial park encompasses the waterfront of the village including two long white sandy beaches - Main Beach and South Beach. Together... the two beaches are part of one 3 kilometre long white sandy beach.
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Dnr Road
Winnipeg Beach
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During the summer months the activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, canoeing, birdwatching, sightseeing and picnicking. During the winter snowfall months the trails transform into snowshoe routes.
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Blackdale Road
Selkirk
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Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of Canada is a popular destination today for sightseeing, tours, guides and history. Throughout the historical attraction are actors dressed in period costumes going about their day. Again, the 1850s has returned tot he fort with fur traders, trappers...
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Highway #52
Selkirk
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Some of the popular features to visit when in the park include the historic buildings in Hecla Village; the waterfront in Gull Harbour; the First Nation history on Black Island; the views from North Point cliffs; the Quarry Picnic Site and the many hiking trails leading to bird blinds, viewing tower
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Highway #8
Riverton
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In Gimli, Manitoba it is the beaches which get most of the attention. The sandy beaches line up - all in a row - on the shores of Lake Winnipeg spanning across the entire waterfront of the community of Gimli.
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Centre Street
Gimli
campmorton
The elongated park follows along the shores of the big lake. A serviced campground and an unsupervised beach are located on the north end of the park. In the south end of the park there is a network of inter-connecting backcountry recreation trails exploring a boreal forest.
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Highway #22
Gimli
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Bird's Hill Provincial Park is a campground and a popular activity destination surrounded by rolling hills, deep ridges, tall grassland prairie, wildflower meadows, lakes, bogs and a boreal forest. The landscape is home to and shared with wildlife like song birds, waterfowl and deer.
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South Drive
Selkirk
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The park is home to one of the largest polar bear denning areas in the world. There is a caribou herd in the park numbering in the thousands called the Cape Churchill Herd. Beluga whales calve in the waters located, not far, from the park. And hundreds of local and migratory birds access the...
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Churchill
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