Map of Parkland Region in Manitoba, Canada
Parkland | Travel & Tourism Information Guide
Cool lakes, rushing rivers and dense green forests. The Parklands are a precious resource - home to elk, deer, black bear and other magnificent Manitoba wildlife. Todays Aboriginal descendants keep time-honoured traditions alive in Anishinabe Village Camp and bison still roam the range near Lake Audy and Waterhen.
Spectacular parks lend the region its sense of grandeur and adventure. Riding Mountain National Park is a year-round playground of fishing, swimming, windsurfing, golfing, skiing and snowmobiling. Downhill and cross-country skiers, snowboarders and tubers find ongoing challenges and excitement in Asessippi Provincial Park, a winter paradise.
Outdoor enthusiasts delight in Duck Mountain Provincial Parks rolling wooded terrain - exploring dense, leafy forests, Fishing the deep clear lakes and camping in the upland meadows.
A land of grand, green spaces - yours to explore.
Sources: Text courtesy of TravelManitoba.com