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
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Some of the more popular activities enjoyed on the trails in the summer months include mountain biking, hiking, birdwatching and horseback riding. And in the winter months the backcountry trails in the Turtle Mountains are popular for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
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Hwy #10
Boissevain
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 Assiniboine River Corridor is a popular destination for hiking, biking, rollerblading, and jogging during the summer months and cross country skiing during the winter months. The trail is an ideal route for sightseeing the community of Brandon.
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Conservation Drive
Brandon
whitewater
Some say Whitewater Lake is one of the top birding sites in the province with over 200 bird species sighted in the park. The region is identified as a priority migratory bird habitat of Canadian importance for geese, waterfowl and shorebirds.
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Highway #10
Boissevain
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The Forks National Historic Site of Canada is the main centre of activity and the prominent historical site located in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The historic site is located at the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers.
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Forks Market Road
Winnipeg
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The park is a main destination in the summer for activities like hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding, camping, canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, swimming and picnicking. During the winter months the park is popular for snowmobiling and cross country skiing.
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Hwy #5
Brandon
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Kil-cona Regional Park is one of the largest recreation parks located in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The green space park measures over 99 hectares (440 acres) and consists of large grass lawns, forests and a network of ponds, wetlands and canals.
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Springfield Avenue
Winnipeg
hecla
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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The community park is a green space park located on the western banks of the Red River. The linear park connects Downtown Winnipeg to the Historic Exchange District.
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Bannatyne Avenue
Winnipeg
fortgarry
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
clearwater
Clearwater Lake is the highlight of the park. The north end of the lake is, mostly, undeveloped and accessed by boat. The south side of the park has road access and is developed with services like sandy beaches, day use picnic sites, boat launches, food service, playground, picnic shelters...
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Route #287
The Pas
dauphin
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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Highway #20
Dauphin
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Sturgeon Creek Park is a green space area and a recreation trail. Most of the walking and biking trails in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada form part of a larger inter-connecting trail system. The Sturgeon Creek Park pathway is one of those trails within the larger trail system.
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Kirby Drive
Winnipeg
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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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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