Situated in Central Manitoba, The Elkhorn Resort, Spa & Conference Centre proposes nature adventures, complete relaxation and culinary bliss. Adjacent over 3,000 square kilometres of boreal forest and bordering with Riding Mountain National Park, The Elkhorn offers access to over 400 kilometres of hiking and cross-country ski trails located in nearby Riding Mountain National Park .
This rich wilderness in the midst of Manitoba’s prairie landscape covers 3,000 km2 (1158 sq. miles) of rolling hills and valleys. Bold boreal forest, expanses of meadows and lakes, lofty heights and deep gorges of the Manitoba Escarpment is home to wolves, moose, elk, black bears, hundreds of bird species and even a captive bison herd.
Friends of Riding Mountain National Park is a non-profit organization, committed to increasing awareness and appreciation of the natural and cultural heritage of Riding Mountain National Park. Through innovative programming in partnership with Parks Canada and other like-minded organizations, Friends of Riding Mountain National Park provide valuable educational opportunities that inspire environmental stewardship.
Black Ghost Adventures is a hunting/outfitting business that offers black bear hunts to non-residents in Manitoba, Canada. We offer spring and fall bear hunts on adjacent properties next to Riding Mountain National Park. Our area produces some of the biggest bears in Manitoba along with many color phases as well.
Earth Rhythms is an award-winning Canadian learning adventure company offering small group and boutique experiential tourism experiences. Established and incorporated in 1996, they have a Manitoba and Canadian reputation for creativity, attention-to-detail, and turning ordinary community activities into remarkable tourism experiences.
The premiere provider of exciting wildlife programs, including beluga whales and northern lights viewing in Churchill, plus the all new Big 5 Canadian Safari. Their most popular adventure is experiencing polar bears in Churchill from a world-famous Tundra Buggy®.
The Martese is a ninety-five passenger tour boat, built in 1987 in Kelowna, British Columbia, and brought to Clear Lake in 2002. During each cruise, the captain provides information on both current & historical events and points of interest in Wasagaming, and Riding Mountain National Park.
"The Parkland area of Manitoba, Canada will be the next 'Fishing Mecca' in Western Canada." Multispecies are available within an hour of the city of Dauphin, Manitoba.