Make summer memories at this recreation area on Lake Winnipeg.
Take a long walk on the beach at this scenic and quiet family park on Lake Dauphin.
Drive to this fishing and ice fishing destination in Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
Catch a trophy fish, kayak on the lake, go dogsledding or snowmobiling on Lake Athapapuskow.
Camp in the boreal forest found on the northernmost segment of the Manitoba Escarpment.
Escape to this peaceful country setting and kick back for a fun family camping vacation.
Camp near the community of Birch River in western Manitoba, 26 km from Swan River.
Swim in a meteorite lake, ski through the jack pine, hike rocky outcrops and golf with the wildlife.
Keep the secret of this quiet park on Lake Manitoba, and its mysterious serpent-like lake monster.
Sailboard, swim, ski or snowshoe at this four season family park.
Fish, waterski, and swim at this picturesque park dotted with oak and poplar trees.
Make your way through miles of well-groomed trails in the rural municipality of Pembina.
Watch for songbirds, pelicans, ducks and geese at this marshland park on Lake Manitoba.
Cross the causeway to find sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, lush wetlands and leafy forests.
Hit one out of the park and hike the meandering trails at this 80 acre recreation facility.
Located in Morden, enjoy four season land and water activities, plus a full service RV park.
Run wild like the river that plunges through a series of falls and rapids at this wilderness park.
Hit the water of Lake Wahtopanah, which means "canoe people", for padding, fishing, and more!
Sit back and relax or get outdoors and try your hand at fishing at this laid back lodge.
Wander wide open green spaces, secluded pastoral spots and picturesque, manicured landscapes.
Jump into the clean water of uncrowded and quiet Zed Lake.
Splash in Lake Winnipeg, whether youre swimming, boating, canoeing, or fishing.
Awake your senses with adrenaline-inducing whitewater and calming glass lakes.
Make summer memories at Shoal Lake, also home to a museum dedicated to the history of the RCMP.
Get a 360° view of the boreal forest, the lake and the rocks all around.
Head north to this homey lodge to discover Thompson and try unique homemade Thai cuisine.
Hike through boreal forest, over the pre-Cambrian shield to sandy post-glacial beaches.
Peer to the bottom of this lake, teeming with fish and surrounded by deep rock crevices.
Camp among the trees in the heart of the Porcupine Mountains.
Launch your boat here for excellent fishing and peaceful camping.
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