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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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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Pembina Valley Provincial Park is a protected parkland region and a popular recreation destination for hiking and birdwatching located in the Pembina Valley in the southern section of the province of Manitoba, Canada near the communities of Morden and Winkler, Manitoba.
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Road #201
Morden
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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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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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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
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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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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 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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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
fort
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
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randon Hills consists of rolling hills, mud swamps, prairie grasslands, meadows and large mixed groves of aspen and oak trees. During the spring months the trails are covered in snowberry, wolf willow and various flowers which light up the trails with colors.
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Ferguson Road
Brandon
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The International Peace Gardens is massive border crossing park measuring over 930 hectares (2300 acres). Every year, the staff at the park plant over 150,000 flowers. Within the park there many attractions and surrounding the floral gardens is a forest of trees.
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Highway #10
Boissevain
lakeofprairies
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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Hwy #482
Inglis

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