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 Riding Mountain and Wapusk National Parks are two of Manitoba's outstanding outdoor destinations attracting nature lovers. Largest city and capital Winnipeg is filled with attractions, and many visitors enjoy our downtown Winnipeg hotels near the Exchange District. If you are attending a hockey match or a big name concert, choose a discount hotel near MTS Centre. Our Guide is sure to help you save money on the best selection of accommodations available.

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Best Manitoba Parks

Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park

Be one of the first to explore Manitoba’s newest provincial park, located in the north-central region of the province. Designed to remain undeveloped and to protect Little Limestone Lake, an unusual marl lake which changes from clear to opaque turquoise as it warms up in summer. Walleye, whitefish, muskrat, double-crested cormorant, spruce grouse, ducks, geese and songbirds abound. This park is remote and a real getaway. Find Hotels near Little Limestone Lake Provincial Park.

Spruce Woods Provincial Park

Walking along the Spirit Sands Self-guiding Trail, you might conclude you are amid a desert with its shifting sand patterns, but the area actually receives abundant rainfall. An historically popular site is Devils Punch Bowl, a 45 metre depression sliding into a blue-green pond. The 1.2-km Springridge Trail runs next to Steel Ferry Overlook, which rewards you with a panoramic view of the Assiniboine River and an ancient valley. Biking and horseback riding trails are provided, and you can rent paddle boats and canoes and play mini golf, too. Cross-country skiing is popular in the winter. Find Hotels near Spruce Woods Provincial Park.

Wapusk National Park

Over eleven thousand square kilometers boast marine coast, with salt marshes, dunes and beaches, as well as tundra, with beach ridges, sedge meadows and peatland. Wildlife lovers will enjoy watching a herd of over 3,000 Cape Churchill caribou, who calve at the same time each spring, and a great number of waterfowl and shorebirds. Commercial operators offer helicopter tours and opportunities to watch polar bears in this well-known maternity denning area - Wapusk literally translates to “White Bear”! Find Hotels near Wapusk National Park.

Whiteshell Provincial Park

This park is phenomenal! Visit Alfred Hole Goose Sanctuary, which began in 1939 with 4 orphaned goslings and hike its 2.5-km self-guiding trail; a Natural History Museum educates visitors about the area’s geology. In the summer you can take a guided-tour of the sacred Bannock Point Petroforms, rock art placed on bedrock, estimated around 500 A.D., and winter brings fantastic skiing and snowmobiling. Mountain bike a 4.2-km loop at Betula Lake, play an 18-hole golf course, photograph beautiful Rainbow Falls and scuba dive West Hawk Lake, the province’s deepest. Find Hotels near Whiteshell Provincial Park.

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Manitoba Overview

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Located in south-central Canada, the province of Manitoba is relatively flat with over a hundred thousand lakes! Tucked into the southeastern corner of Manitoba is capital and largest city, Winnipeg. Often compared with U.S. Midwestern city Chicago, Winnipeg successfully mixes old and modern buildings. Over half the residents of Manitoba live in this metro area, so there is plenty to see and do!

Downtown Winnipeg is comprised of the Exchange District, Central Park, The Forks and Chinatown. Many Manitoba hotels are located in this area, perfect for business and pleasure travelers alike.  History buffs will be interested in exploring a 19th century fur trading post, Fort Gibraltar, as well as touring the Manitoba Legislative Building with its stunning Rotunda and Grand Staircase. Sports fans, get ready to cheer for the AHL Manitoba Moose at MTS Centre, or baseball’s Goldeyes at Shaw Park. Everybody enjoys hanging out at The Forks, a National Historic site entertainment district with food, pubs, markets and street musicians. This urban oasis provides plenty of natural space, riverwalks and a great place for bird watching. Of course, you must visit The Exchange District, comprised of 30 blocks of cultural, retail and dining opportunities. There’s always something happening in this cosmopolitan district!

To the north of Winnipeg is immense freshwater Winnipeg Lake; adjacent Poplar/Nanowin Rivers Park Reserve protects from development 800,000 hectares of Manitoban unspoiled wilderness.

The province’s northeastern boundary is the Hudson Bay, and here you can visit Wapusk National Park, which protects the world’s largest known polar bear maternity denning areas - now that’s unique and deserves a closer look! Just north is the town of Churchill, proclaiming to be the Polar Bear Capital of the World.

Riding Mountain National Park, about 300 km northwest of Winnipeg, features the deep gorges of the Manitoba Escarpment, providing homes for all kinds of wildlife including moose, elk, bears and bison.

Drive an hour southeast of Winnipeg to Steinbach, where you will find the Mennonite Heritage Village, which allows visitors to explore the history and buildings you would have seen in the 1800’s.

Kids will really like the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre – schedule a Fossil Dig Adventure Tour which has a 100% success rate in finding these rarities, and your kids will think you’re the best! This Centre can be found in tiny Morden, about 130 km southwest of Winnipeg.

Continuing to the very southwest corner of the province for another treat, the International Peace Gardens are found at the border of Manitoba and North Dakota, celebrating the peaceful relations between Canada and the U.S. The stable relationship between these two adjoining countries guarantees a splendid visit in Manitoba – let’s go!

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