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Farmery Estate Brewery is a rare brewery that is both a farm and a brewery, or an "estate brewery". Beer is not only brewed, but ingredients such as barley and hops are grown on the family farm and go into the beer - and best of all, a visitor can tour and see it all first-hand.

Address 480 MB-5, Neepawa, Manitoba   R0J 1H0
Phone 204-777-0909

Nestled deep in the Shell River Valley, Asessippi features 25 runs, 3 chair lifts, 2 terrain parks and a downhill snow tubing park. They also feature a full village area, which includes a food court, Trails End Gift Shop, Powder Keg Pub, rentals & pro shop, as well as a snow school.

Address North of Yellowhead, on hwy #83 - Turn at Russell, Inglis, MB   R0J 0X0
Phone 204-564-2000

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View Plains Bison from all sides of the fenced compound along the walking trail. Newborn calves arrive every spring. Located along Highway #262 (Beach Road) between downtown Minnedosa and Minnedosa Lake with a parking lot along the highway. Caution: Please do not to feed or approach the fenced-in animals.

Address 72-80 2 Ave NE, Minnedosa, Manitoba   R0J 1E0
Phone (204)-867-3885

The Gladstone District Library is a branch of the Parkland Regional Library and features a large book collection, a card catalog and Internet access.

Address 42 Morris Ave. North, Gladstone, MB   R0J 0T0
Phone 204-385-2641

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The Gladstone District museum features an impressive number of prairie artifacts, a large upstairs Legion display and a Caboose Pioneer home.
There is a small admission charge.

Address 49 - 6 St., Gladstone, Manitoba   R0J 0T0
Phone 204-385-2551

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Happy Rock Radio (101.5 FM) is a local radio station brought to you by the Gladstone Chamber of Commerce.

Address Gladstone, MB   R0J 0T0
Phone 204-385-2332

Donated by C.P.R. this historic caboose was placed here by C.P. employees in 1970, Manitoba’s Centennial year. Open for viewing during special events.

Address Tanner’s Crossing Park (on the banks of the Little Saskatchewan River dow, Minnedosa, Manitoba

This Japanese Garden has been developed to promote friendship and mutual understanding of the culture of Minnedosa's sister city — Ishii, Japan.

Address Minnedosa, MB   R0J 1E0
Phone 204-867-2585

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Locally known as “The Brown Sugar Mountains”, this unique desert-like area has 25-100 foot sand dunes left from the withdrawal of the glacial lake. Hike, ski, bike or hunt in this fragile eco-system remembering it is your responsibility to preserve it for future generations. From Neepawa go 6 miles east on Hwy#16, then turn and go 3 miles south on Rd. 81W. It is just a short jog to the right into the parking lot and trail head.

Address Highway 16 East, Neepawa, Manitoba   R0J 1H0
Phone 204-476-7600

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At over 600 feet this is the longest Fish Ladder in Manitoba. the 22 pool and riffle structures allow various species of fish to travel from Little Saskatchewan River into Minnedosa Lake and further up the chain of lakes. Most of the action is in the early spring during spawning season. Fish species include walleye, northern pike and white sucker.

Address Directly below the Minnedosa Spillway, Minnedosa, Manitoba

Visit the PCU Centre in Portage la Prairie Manitoba and experience Manitoba's Largest Indoor Wave Pool featuring a lazy river, tots pool area, zero beach and ramp entry, 212 ft waterslide and 14 person whirlpool.

Address 245 Royal Road South, Box 1059, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba   R1N 3C5
Phone 204-857-7772

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Come and visit this unique museum which has received designation by the Province of Manitoba as a Northwest Mounted Police museum.

Address 201-1 Ave., Shoal Lake, Manitoba   R0J 1Z0
Phone 204-759-3326

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Purchased from Camp Shilo this incredible piece of history was brought to Minnedosa in 1970. Some recent restoration work includes sandblasting, repainting and the addition of the 12th Manitoba Dragoon decal. It has been sealed shut to help prevent injuries. it.

Address Main Street behind the Cenotaph, Minnedosa, Manitoba

Come join us at Splash Island, an adventure water park for all ages! Take a wild ride down our giant waterslides the “Splash Attack” or “Funnel Tunnel”. Younger children may wish to try the kiddie slide “Bubble Gum Run” and a fun spray area. There are aesthetic fountains and mini geysers, a relaxing bubbler bench an it features a zero-depth beach-like entry.

Address 245 Royal Road South, Box 1059, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba   R1N 3C5
Phone 204-239-8398

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The Grey Nuns’ convent, Winnipeg’s oldest building, houses Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum. Built for the Grey Nuns who arrived in the Red River Colony in 1844, the structure is an outstanding example of Red River frame construction. The Museum presents an impressive collection of artifacts that reveal the lives and culture of the Francophone and Métis communities of Manitoba, including a special exhibit about Louis Riel, the “father” of Manitoba.

Address 494 Taché Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba   R2H 2B2
Phone 204-237-4500

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Visit the historical CP Rail Station which houses a myriad of antiques, artifacts and local color. Also on site is the St. George(Hepworth) Anglican Church and a replica building of the old blacksmith shop.

Address 33 Main Street, Strathclair, MB   R0J 2C0
Phone 204-365-5331