Minnedosa Tourism (Minnedosa)
Little Saskatchewan River Outfitters (Minnedosa)
Guiding/Outfitting business specializing in bow hunts for white tail deer and black bear. Allocation of 12 non-resident archery deer licences and 6 non-resident bear tags. Provide bear hunts for residents in the spring and fall. Provide archery deer hunts for residents and non- residents in the fall. All hunting takes place in and along Little Saskatchewan River Valley, near Minnedosa. All accommodations and meals for hunters are provided by local motels and restaurants. The premise is wheel chair accessible. Can accommodate physically challenged hunters. Owned and operated by Ernie and Marilyn Noordenbos.
Minnedosa Golf & Country Club (Minnedosa)
Treat yourself to a great golf experience at one of Manitoba’s most picturesque courses. Minnedosa Country Club offers 18 holes of great golf –elevated tees, manicured greens, and unique views of Manitoba. Our links-style course provides an enjoyable outing regardless of your skill level. With over 100 feet of elevation change throughout the course, you’re sure to enjoy the views. Call to book your tee time.
Minnedosa Heritage Village & Museum (Minnedosa)
Come visit our newest restoration project – the octagon agricultural display building, one of only three surviving buildings of the kind in all of Manitoba. We also invite you to visit our museum in the old hydro building, a country church, furnished heritage home, rural school house, blacksmith shop, log barn, windmill, trapper’s cabin, water wheel and trout pond.
Minnedosa Pothole Country (Minnedosa)
The Minnedosa Pothole Country is known as a North American hotspot for breeding waterfowl as numerous species of duck nest here. In addition, the Horned Grebe, American Bittern, Black Tern, Marsh Wren and Yellow-headed Blackbird can also be found.
Minnedosa Ski Valley (Minnedosa)
To add more speed to your stride, Minnedosa Ski Valley offers downhill runs of varying difficulty for skiers and snowboarders alike. Ski and snowboard lessons and rentals are available.
The Oxbow Nature Trail (Minnedosa)
The Oxbow Nature Trail takes you along the Little Saskatchewan River by the dam, through a marsh walk, across the swinging bridge and around the bison compound. Bison are always easily spotted, providing easy viewing of these majestic creatures that once roamed the prairies by the hundreds of thousands.
The Stone House Walking Tour (Minnedosa)
The Stone House Walking Tour will guide you throughout the community to view historic buildings and their history. Learn about the people who were influential in Minnedosa’s early years with a walking tour of the Founder’ s Parks located throughout the downtown area. Pamphlets are available for each of these tours with locations and GPS coordinates.