Pinawa Dam Provincial Park commemorates Manitoba’s first year-round hydroelectric generating station, the Pinawa Dam. The Dam was closed in 1951 and designated as a Provincial Park in 1985. Learn how electricity is generated along the Dam Ruins Walk. Enjoy a picnic or swim. Learn about the town of Pinawa as you go along the Old-Pinawa self-guided trail. Take photos of white-tailed deer, black bear, and other wildlife near the waters edge. The Trans-Canada Trail runs through the park.
The season is changing and with it comes the pull of nature to be out and explore. What better way than hiking through grass prairies, forests, undulating river valleys, rolling hills, or even wetlands. Be it just a walk in the woods to a stroll on the beach to a ... Read More
An outdoor adventure can be as elaborate or laid back as you want it to be. That is the joy of outdoors – it can turn your imagination into reality. The province of Manitoba has so much to offer its residents and visitors regarding outdoor adventures. Now that the sun ... Read More
Looking to travel out of Winnipeg? Maybe a day trip? Why not try Manitoba Provincial Parks? Listed here are Parks situated within two hours of Winnipeg. Whether you want to camp out, spend the day relaxing at the beach or explore new terrains, these parks offer you many choices for ... Read More