Canola Fields

Throughout the region from July – August, visit the Central Manitoba region to view our iconic canola fields.

Cypress River Millenium Park

Cypress River Millenium Park is a wetlands preservation area on Highway 2 in the @rmofvictoria.
Placed on the @thegreattrail, It’s the perfect spot to do some bird watching, spot all kinds of wildlife, has lots of grassy space, and a shelter for a picnic! Bring some nets and buckets to do some critter dipping to see how this ecosystem thrives or just stop and listen to all of the activity around you. How many different types of critters can you spot?

The Manitoba World War 1 Museum

Get a sense of what life was like by walking in a simulated trench network with a no-man’s land. Experience seasonal exhibits with a behind the lines Headquarters and encampment. Visit the Artefact Room to inspect dozens of uniforms and artifacts used by soldiers of the Great War.

Join us August 8, 2021, at A Day in the Trenchesto witness Living History Presenters demonstrate various aspects of the Great War

Open Weekends (June 1 to September 15, 2021)

1200hrs to 1600hrs

Location 3 Miles West of La Riviere

Turn right off Hwy 3 at Rd 58W

One Mile North right at Rd 16N

Located on the premises of the Silver Springs Bed and Breakfast.

Delta Beach

Located on the south shores of Lake Manitoba, this location offers four seasons of adventure!

Alexander Ridge Park

The view from the observation tower allows you to see the entire Red River Valley including the communities of Carman, Morden, Winkler, Morris, and all others in between. In addition to the tower, washroom facilities are also available.

For more Manitoban Nightscapes photos like this one visit Nightscapes MB by Ice & Fire Photo.

Prairie Velo Tour

The Prairie Velo Tour, an event supported by Bonjour Manitoba, was designed to promote the wide variety of gravel in the region, plus showcase local food and culture.

Corn Maze Fort la Reine

Jump into Autumn and test out your scavenger hunting skills inside the Fort la Reine Museum’s newest seasonal attraction! Open August 14th until the end of October every day, all hours of the day.


  • Is there an entry fee? There is not a set entry fee, but there is a donation box at the entrance archway. Your support allows us to make this an annual activity. Corn maze entrance is included with Museum admission (no extra donation required)
  • When is the corn maze open? The corn maze is available August 14th to the end of October. It is open all hours of the day, 7 days a week.
  • When is the rest of the Museum open? Summer hours are 7 days a week (10am-5pm), Autumn hours are Fri-Sun (11am-3pm)
  • Can I bring my dog? Dogs are not allowed on the Museum grounds.

Island on the Prairies

Choose your adventure, there’s something for everyone!

At the heart of Portage la Prairie is a little known secret that delights those who dare explore. Enjoy the mysteries of a lake that the river left behind.