The breathtaking wilderness in Manitoba is enjoyed and protected. Currently, there are 15 provincial forests, 92 provincial parks, and two national parks that everyone can explore.
Apart from those, Manitoba has a massive two-million-hectare land designed for preserving its natural landscape. It also has the World Heritage Place, a vast land situated on Lake Winnipeg’s eastern side called Pimachiowin Aki.
Furthermore, these fantastic areas provide an excellent location to enjoy outdoor activities, scenic views and get connected with local people and the wilderness.
National Park, Riding Mountain
This national park offers various terrains that adventurers can traverse and encounter different wildlife. It’s also one of Canada’s national parks that has a resort town.
Spend your day camping, hiking, or swimming in a breathtaking Riding Mountain
Experience all great outdoor activities this year in Riding Mountain. It offers many adventure options that you can choose from, such as camping, hiking, skiing, seeing wildlife, and kayaking. In fact, here are some of the activities that you can enjoy all year round.
- During summer, you can spend an unforgettable day on the clear waters of Deep Bay and Clear Lakes.
- After summer, what’s left behind is the exceptional beauty of autumn colors, campfires, and a peaceful town. If you would like to witness and experience the autumn season in Manitoba, come and plan your stay in Riding Mountain.
- The entire park is like a snowy wonderland where you can lodge in Otentik and become a part of the area’s winter festival.