A former glacial spillway, today the pleasant melodies of birds and fragrances of flowers and herbs, makes the 440 acre Pembina Valley Provincial Park uniquely refreshing. If you look up, you can see red-tailed hawks and golden eagles soaring in the sky. The Forest protects a variety of wildlife and you can see prairie grasses. Munch on the saskatoons or wild raspberries. One can find both challenging hiking trails or easy relaxing ones combined with stunning view-points.
Activities include hiking, bird watching picnicking. Viewing tower, Sunset Point.
Near the Park: See the largest collection of marine reptile fossils at Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre. Lots of fun and adventure at the Pembina Threshermen’s Museum. Enjoy a game at Minnewasta Golf & Country Club. Basefall fans may drive to Manitoba Baseball Hall Of Fame Museum. CelebrateMorden Corn and Apple Festival in August.
Have exhilarating adventures at Hy-Wire Zipline Adventures. See Snowflake’s first public school building –Star Mound Museum. Attend an outdoor theatre. See Nellie McClung’s homes while visiting Archibald Museum.
Camping: No camping.
Hotels available within an hours drive.