Parkland Tourism Association | Manitoba, Canada

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Featured Attractions

Bell Lake Wayside Park (Porcupine Provincial Forest)

Facilities include a beach, swimming area, camping area and dock. » more

Biking, Back Roads and Buddas (Olha)

A 25, 40 or 75 kilometres tour, starting and ending in Olha, focusing on the history of Ukrainian settlement in the region and featuring several settlement-related sites in close proximity. Most of the route follows maintained gravel roads with low traffic volumes. The area's location between Asessippi Provincial Park and Riding... » more

Bird Watching in the Duck Mountains (Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Forest)

During your stay in the Ducks, you may spot hawks, warblers, woodpeckers, grouse, woodcocks, and many more species. » more

Birding at Asessippi Provincial Park (Asessippi Provincial Park)

Near and around Lake of the Prairies observant birders can see American goldfinches, kingbirds, common nighthawks, ruffed grouse, warblers and vireos. The lake itself is a good spot to view American white pelicans, many species of ducks, great blue herons and western grebes. Sandhill cranes make an appearance in September. » more

Cinnamon Bun Trail 2012-13

Cinnamon Bun Trail 2012 - sweet treats across ManitobaJoin us on a journey across rural Manitoba as we share great places to find sweet treats and delicious homemade foods.

Download the Cinnamon Bun Trail brochure (3.3MB PDF)