Map of Interlake Region in Manitoba, Canada
Interlake | Travel & Tourism Information Guide
Sandy beaches, vast marshlands and the indigenous spirit of generations past. The Interlake region embraces a rich cultural legacy, chronicling Manitobas Aboriginal roots and early settlers of Icelandic, Ukrainian and Scottish descent.
Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site of Canada is your entry into the colourful and romantic fur trade. Explore the fascinating history of the Hudsons Bay Company. Celebrate with Gimlis Icelandic community at the annual Islendingadagurinn (Icelandic festival) and discover a proud and resourceful heritage.
Hecla Provincial Parks lush forests, rugged shores and fantastic beaches continue to draw hikers, skiers, mountain bikers, bird-watchers, boaters, golfers and honeymooners year-round. Nature lovers flock to Oak Hammock Marsh, a natural habitat dedicated to the preservation of marsh life.
The Interlake - the land between two lakes - promising adventure and romance.
Sources: Text courtesy of TravelManitoba.com