The Alonsa Conservation District has assumed ownership of the Bluff Creek Anglican Church and has created an interpretive centre for the area's history. A 4.8 km (3-mile) nature trail has been established.
Duck Mountain Forest Site in the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest is a unique area of natural meadows, streams and wetlands and features 6 kms of all weather road leading through the Boreal Forest. Signs identify the many species of native trees and the site is home to a great variety of birds, waterfowl and animals. It includes the Frank Marvin Visitor Centre with its historical displays and artifacts, a 3D model of the Swan Valley Watershed (from the Swan Valley Regional Secondary School), picnic areas and five hiking trails totaling 10 km (6 miles). The Centre is wheel chair accessible
The Visitor Centre is the place to find all the information you need to explore Riding Mountain National Park. The discovery room is filled with displays, dioramas and information. The Centre also includes a theatre and reception area. Wheelchair accessible.