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What else to do

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Our area has lots to offer for everyone. We have interesting heritage, great nature, amazing outdoor activities opportunities and lovely small communities to explore. Here is are some suggestions what else you can do when not riding – or when staying with us in general.

Explore our area!


“Located within the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve and only a 15-minutes drive from the most south-western entrance of the Riding Mountain National Park, nature is our focus.

Come enjoy the fishing (including ice-fishing) as Patterson and Tokaryk Lake are world-class fly-fishing trout lakes; other lakes boast walleye, perch and northern pike. Horseback adventures, boat rental, golfing, hunting, camping and guided tours within the Riding Mountain National Park are accessible and you can reach us not only via Highway (16, then 45) but also by hiking or biking the Trans Canada Trail.

Heritage sites are many, come and discover your roots or at least the routes leading to settlement of this area. Enjoy our charming stores and our Community in Bloom winner town site.” – © Travel Manitoba

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Love boating and/or other water sports? Check out and explore one of the surrounding lakes.

© Trails Manitoba

Access to The Great Trail in Rossburn – check here for information!

© 9 Finger Ranch

Try fishing or fly-fishing. You will need your own fishing license available at our local Coop gas station in town.

© Rossman ​Lake Golf & Country Club

Play a round of golf at the nearby Rossman Lake Golf & Country Club

Tour our heritage and church sites. We will supply you with a self-guided tour brochure.

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Marconi School No. 2085

© Enviro photo

This region has so much to offer for all ages.  Let us know of your interests and we will try to find activities for you to enjoy.

Also check out:

Riding Mountain National Park

“Welcome to 3000 km2 of possibilities, where the boreal forest, the aspen parkland, and the fescue prairie greet visitors of all ages and abilities. Our welcoming community and pristine wilderness will help you to reconnect with the best of Manitoba and Canada, and offer you a vast array of opportunities for relaxation, laughter, discovery and fun.” © Parks Canada

Asessippi Parkland Tourism:

~ 1 hr. drive to Asessippi Provincial Park

Our neighbour’s tourism website:


Inglis Grain Elevators National Historic Site ~ 45 min drive

©Manitoba Historical Society

Cycling in Asessippi Provincial Park

©Asessippi Ski Area and Resort

Mountain Bike Trails at Asessippi – Check for more information!

We are open year-round!

Check our suggestions for winter!