Below are some thrilling activities you can enjoy from July 5 to 11 without having to risk your health and safety.

1. Watch a movie in your car

Stardust, one of the drive-in movie playhouses in Manitoba, is now offering patrons an extraordinary movie viewing experience.

From Fridays to Sundays during the whole month of July, their space will be available for drive-in movie watching. So, grab a snack and park somewhere while enjoying an exciting movie.

2. Explore the trails close to Portage La Prairie

Around three minutes away from Portage la Prairie, there’s a 9-kilometer biking and hiking trail that follows the Assiniboine stream. You can purchase a day pass online and enjoy the fresh forest air, music of the stream, and native wildlife.

3. Go Whiteshell Canoeing

It doesn’t matter if you’re an expert canoeist or a first-timer; the canoe routes in Whiteshell are still worth the try. Here, you can paddle through the magnificent lake tunnels, the France lake, and the Whiteshell stream.

4. Loosen up and relax at the beach

Along the enormous lakes of Manitoba are some pristine beaches, such as the Sandy Bar and Hnausa, Winnipeg, and Gimli Beach in the Interlake. In fact, there are about 20 beaches you can visit in Manitoba’s Interlake.

5. Learn more about reptiles and raptors

Participate in an online evening of entertaining facts and practical tips about birds and reptiles hosted by the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre in Manitoba. Through this, you can enjoy an evening that’s informative, fun, and exciting. You can also expect to meet special guests and famous animal ambassadors.