Photo Credit: Friends of the St. Malo Park Facebook page
Designated in 1961 as the St. Malo Provincial Park, this is a popular place attracting visitors with its calm waters and the natural setting. There are several recreational opportunities. Whether you come here for water sports or beach volleyball, hiking or picnicking, the park has ample recreational facitilies for entertainment. The trails lined Aspens, oaks provide a refreshing change from the hustle bustle of the city. Pick wild berries, see a wild rose, or spot the Snowshoe hare.
Activities include canoeing, broad sailing, picnicking, children’s programs, biking, hiking, birding, boating, skiing, mini golf (ticketed) and swimming. Playground, beach volleyball courts, beach, boat launch.
St Malo Triathlon is held during June. Celebrate winter in the Park with St-Malo Festival of Friends.
Near the Park: In July, see the St-Pierre-Jolys Frog Follies.
Within an hour’s drive from the Park is the Mennonite Heritage Village that also hosts the annual entertainment-filled Pioneer Days. The City of Steinbach hosts Pioneer Day Parade in August.
Golf at the par 27 course at the St. Malo Golf & Cabins. Visit the St. Malo Shrine and Grotto, a reproduction of Grotto at Lourdes, France.
Camping: Private serviced campsites.
St. Malo Golf & Cabins andLog Haven Lodge are near.
Leaving Winnipeg, travel south on PTH 59, 64 km/39.8 mi.
Approximate 80 km ~ 75 minutes from downtown Winnipeg
Year round, all season park.
Camping: May – September
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