Credit: Town of Winnipeg Beach
Come summer and you can find visitors flocking the 1.25 km Winnipeg beach. As you saunter along the boardwalk, feast your eyes on the seemingly endless body of water and you wonder is it a lake or a sea? The only remaining historic landmark of this small town developed as a resort town by the Canadian Pacific Railway, is the steel water tower.
Activities include boating, board-sailing, Birding, interpretive programs, golf, fishing, hiking, water skiing, picnicking, cycling, and swimming. In addition, there are soccer, tennis and volleyball courts. Children’s playground.
Near the Park:Boardwalk Days held in July is a great entertainment event with fireworks, bands, rides and more. Wonderful Winter Weekend is held in February. Several entertainment programs are held during summer.
Camping: Full-service sites and buddy camping sites
From Winnipeg, travel north 52 km on Hwy 8, turn right on PR 225 to Hwy 9. Travel north 6 km to the park.
Approximate 75 km ~ 60 minutes from downtown Winnipeg
Year round, all season park.
Camping: May – October
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