Parkland Tourism Association | Manitoba, Canada

The Manitoba Tourism Awards is an annual program recognizing excellence in the promotion and delivery of tourism experiences in Manitoba. Award winners and finalists are selected by a panel of Manitoba industry representatives. This program is administered by Travel Manitoba.


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Featured Attractions

Frank Skinner Arboretum Trail (Inglis)

Located at the original nursery of one of Canada's most innovative horticulturists, the Frank Skinner Arboretum Trail showcases some of the nearly 150 plant varieties developed by Dr. Skinner to survive in the harsh prairie environment. Picnic tables have been placed at the entrance to the trail for public use. » more

Frank's Place (Bowsman)

Strawberries and Saskatoons » more

Friesen Berry Farm (Roblin)

Strawberries » more

Garland United Church (Garland)

Originally called St. John's Ruthenian Presbyterian Church, it was built in 1916 by the Presbyterian Church of Canada who, at that time, had undertaken to convert Ukrainian pioneers to the Presbyterian faith. The church's congregation became part of the new United Church of Canada in 1925. » 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)