Parks, Trails, Beaches and Places
Manitoba, Canada Adventure Travel

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Central Plains

Portage la Prairie, Holland and Gladstone Parks, Trails, Historic Sites, Canada, MB for planning adventures, and activities.

Eastern Manitoba

Central Plains Parks and Places

Interlake Region

Interlake Region Parks and Places

Northern Region

Northern Region Parks and Places

Parkland Region

Parkland Region Parks and Places

Pembina Valley

Pembina Valley Parks and Places

Western Region

Western Region Parks and Places

Winnipeg Region

Winnipeg Region Parks and Places
The main features of the park are the day use area, the two marina channels, a campground and the long kilometres of sandy beach. The Manipogo Provincial Park is fortunate to enjoy long stretches of sandy beach as it provides lots of room to move and, maybe, even find a private spot for reflection.
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Road #276
Dauphin
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Popular activities enjoyed in the park include swimming, picnicking, birdwatching, wind surfing, boating, canoeing, water skiing, hiking, camping, xc skiing, snowmobiling and tobogganing.
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Highway #6
Thompson
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The Riverwalk Promenades are located in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The entire riverwalk experience involves exploring two river pathways. One is called the Red Riverwalk Trail and it follows the banks of the Red River and the other, called the Assiniboine Riverwalk Trail.
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Winnipeg
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Winnipeg is the Capital City of Manitoba, Canada. The Manitoba Legislative Building, home to the Provincial Government of Manitoba, is located in the City of Winnipeg on the banks of the Assiniboine River.
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Memorial Boulevard
Winnipeg
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The park enjoys wide open grass lawns and groves of trees providing shelter. The park facilities include picnic tables, sitting benches, BBQ pits, picnic shelters, playground, off leash dog park and some washrooms.
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26th Street
Brandon
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The Forks National Historic Site of Canada is the main centre of activity and the prominent historical site located in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The historic site is located at the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers.
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Forks Market Road
Winnipeg
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randon Hills consists of rolling hills, mud swamps, prairie grasslands, meadows and large mixed groves of aspen and oak trees. During the spring months the trails are covered in snowberry, wolf willow and various flowers which light up the trails with colors.
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Ferguson Road
Brandon
lakeofprairies
Lake of the Prairies is a man-made lake measuring 67 kilometres long. It is one of the larger lakes in the western half of the province and one of the more popular recreation destinations in the region for water sports.
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Hwy #482
Inglis
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The Big Grass Marsh is a protected wildlife reserve for migratory birds. The birds arrive at the marsh during migration to feed, nest and rest. The main bird species which visit the region every year during migration include ducks, gulls, geese and sandhill cranes.
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Road #265
Gladstone,
The provincial park is a small park measuring only 4 square kilometers. The landscape consists of wildflower meadows and groves of mixed forest trees including cedar, juniper, aspen, spruce, jack pine and birch.
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Road #268
Swan River
elk
The main adventures enjoyed in the remote wilderness park include canoeing, fishing, birdwatching, white water rafting, hunting and wilderness camping. Always make sure to keep a keen eye open while exploring for some First Nation pictographs painted on the rocks and cliffs.
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Lac du Bonnet
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The Eleanor Kidd Gardens is a vibrant display of floral colors. There are gardens of annuals and perennials surrounded by groves of trees and various shrubs.
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18th Street
Brandon
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Some of the more popular activities enjoyed on the trails in the summer months include mountain biking, hiking, birdwatching and horseback riding. And in the winter months the backcountry trails in the Turtle Mountains are popular for cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
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Hwy #10
Boissevain
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