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Municipal Parks

Centennial Park

MacGregor

Rainbow Spray Park located in Centennial Park. Open daily during summer months.
Rainbow Spray Park located in Centennial Park. Open daily during summer months.
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Island Park

Portage la Prairie

Island Park is in a horseshoe-shaped setting surrounded by Crescent Lake, complete with Splash Island, outdoor waterslide park, a playground area, band shell, arboretum, deer and waterfowl sanctuary, tennis courts, picnic sites, horse racing track, strawberry farms and an 18-hole golf course. In...

Island Park is in a horseshoe-shaped setting surrounded by Crescent Lake, complete with Splash Island, outdoor waterslide park, a playground area, band shell, arboretum, deer and waterfowl sanctuary, tennis courts, picnic sites, horse racing track, strawberry farms and an 18-hole golf course. In winter an ice rink, a toboggan slide and national award winning Island of Lights. Explore the “island in the city”. Beautifully manicured, and with its abundance of flowers, the Island is very popular for walks at all times of the year.

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Riverview Park

Headingley

Located along the banks of the Assiniboine River, Riverview Park displays historical plaques and its pathway offers a beautiful setting for walks.
Located along the banks of the Assiniboine River, Riverview Park displays historical plaques and its pathway offers a beautiful setting for walks.
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St. Francois Xavier Community Park

St. François Xavier

The park offers a well maintained ball diamond, a children’s playground and large green space. A covered picnic shelter allows for cyclists to catch their breath before continuing on their ride. The picnic shelter and its many picnic tables are also available for your picnic,
reunion, rest stop or celebration of any kind.
The park offers a well maintained ball diamond, a children’s playground and large green space. A covered picnic shelter allows for cyclists to catch their breath before continuing on their ride. The picnic shelter and its many picnic tables are also available for your picnic,
reunion, rest stop or celebration of any kind.
Directions:
Located along Highway #26

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Williams Park

Gladstone

Postage Stamp Province, Plaque at Williams Park. Here ran the west original boundary of the Province of Manitoba. On July 15, 1870 Manitoba officially became a Canadian province. It then measured about 130 miles east to west and 110 miles north to south, with an area of 13,928 square miles. Its size and shape gave it the nickname “the Postage Stamp Province.” Boundaries were extended in 1881 and 1912.
Postage Stamp Province, Plaque at Williams Park. Here ran the west original boundary of the Province of Manitoba. On July 15, 1870 Manitoba officially became a Canadian province. It then measured about 130 miles east to west and 110 miles north to south, with an area of 13,928 square miles. Its size and shape gave it the nickname “the Postage Stamp Province.” Boundaries were extended in 1881 and 1912.
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Windmill Park

Holland

Windmill Park’s identifying landmark is a large windmill, surrounded by park grounds including two walking bridges.
Windmill Park’s identifying landmark is a large windmill, surrounded by park grounds including two walking bridges.
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