Adventure, Park, trails and beaches

Family Fun

Manitoba is full of fun and interesting activities for kids. Whether your family wants to spend a day at the beach or an afternoon at a museum, you'll find an activity that's right for you. With an abundance of fun activities, Manitoba's francophone regions offer experiences that will appeal to the whole family!
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St. Malo Provincial Park
St. Malo Provincial Park offers beaches, campgrounds, picnic areas, playgrounds, volleyball courts and mini golf. During the summer, an interpretive program also allows visitors to learn more about the area. In winter, two cross-country ski trails (2.4 km and 6.1 km) are maintained for skiers of all levels.
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A Maze in Corn
Located in St. Adolphe, A Maze in Corn will please the whole family, fall and winter! From August to October, climb the giant pyramid, visit the small petting zoo, go on a hay ride, visit the sunflower exhibit or the haunted forest, find a pumpkin or book a group site for your next event. In winter, the site turns into a huge snow maze. It received the title of the largest snow maze in the world according to World Guinness Records!
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King Korn Maze
Located south of Notre-Dame de Lourdes, King Korn Maze offers a host of activities for young and old. Thanks to its four different labyrinths, you will have the chance to get lost happily with family or friends. Through the maze, you'll discover all sorts of surprising things like farm equipment and vintage cars.
Lilac Resort
Lilac Resort
About twenty minutes from Winnipeg, along the Trans-Canada Highway, Lilac Resort Campground & Waterslide Park offers much more than a campground. This is a real water park that will delight young and old!  Entertainers offer a range of activities around three swimming pools and other playgrounds located inside the park.
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St. Léon Interpretation Centre
Known for the region's wind turbines, the St. Léon Interpretation Centre introduces us to these giant structures, and it sheds light on a miniature creature, the salamander, a small migratory animal found throughout summer in the St. Léon region.

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