Peer to the bottom of this lake, teeming with fish and surrounded by deep rock crevices.
Get ready for adventure at the Entrance to the wilderness.
Feel like the first to set eyes on the splendor of this untouched land and waters.
Explore this boreal forest playground, also the excavation site of 2,000 year-old Cree artifacts.
Plan an adventure in the wilderness at this family friendly four season resort in the Whiteshell.
Take a long walk on the beach at this scenic and quiet family park on Lake Dauphin.
Launch your boat here for excellent fishing and peaceful camping.
Escape to this peaceful country setting and kick back for a fun family camping vacation.
Bask in the sun on the tropical pool deck at this family friendly resort and RV campground.
Get a 360° view of the boreal forest, the lake and the rocks all around.
Catch the breeze while on the sandy beach, strolling the boardwalk, or windsurfing on the lake.
Located in Morden, enjoy four season land and water activities, plus a full service RV park.
Cross the causeway to find sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, lush wetlands and leafy forests.
Make summer memories at Shoal Lake, also home to a museum dedicated to the history of the RCMP.
Be happy at Happy Lake with excellent fishing and hunting here and at Quesnel and Manigotagan Lakes.
Jump into the clean water of uncrowded and quiet Zed Lake.
Sailboard, swim, ski or snowshoe at this four season family park.
Keep the secret of this quiet park on Lake Manitoba, and its mysterious serpent-like lake monster.
Watch for songbirds, pelicans, ducks and geese at this marshland park on Lake Manitoba.
Become a seasoned camper at this convenient resort near Portage La Prairie.
Awake your senses with adrenaline-inducing whitewater and calming glass lakes.
Reach the top of Manitoba's highest peak found amidst deep spring-fed lakes and dense forests.
Escape to the escarpment a holiday of bird watching, golfing, fishing and more.
Head to Powerview-Pine Falls for a weekend of fishing, water sports and relaxation.
Hear the songs of the First Nations people who lived along the ancient river valleys.
Hit the water of Lake Wahtopanah, which means "canoe people", for padding, fishing, and more!
Swim in a meteorite lake, ski through the jack pine, hike rocky outcrops and golf with the wildlife.
Make summer memories at this recreation area on Lake Winnipeg.
Fish the stocked waters for rainbow trout and take in an interpretive show at the amphitheatre.
Explore the boulder-filled creeks and towering hills, landscapes left behind by retreating glaciers.
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