Unplug & explore Manitoba
There’s so much to explore in Manitoba. Here are three overnight trips to consider for anyone looking to unplug, get outside, and explore Manitoba this fall.
GO GLAMPING IN RIDING MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK
Watch the leaves change from a cozy A-frame, winterized oTENTik. A cross between a cabin and a roomy tent, the year-round winterized oTENTiks in Wasagaming, Lake Audy, and Moon Lake are an easy alternative to camping. They come equipped with energy-efficient extras like a wood stove, a solar-powered USB charging station, and LED lights.
On a budget? Bring your own tent, bundle up, and camp until the end of October at Camp Kippechewin or Wasagaming Campground.
FARM OVERNIGHTS & ADVENTURES
Book an overnight stay and experience farm living. Farm Away in Portage La Prairie has a prairie-themed room, Travel Manitoba calls Rustic Retreat outside of Souris “farmhouse chic,” and the century-old Fairmount B&B between Minnedosa and Riding Mountain National Park is a chance to breathe in country living.
SEE THE POLAR BEARS IN CHURCHILL
October is one of the best times to take a trip to Churchill for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Bring your camera, book a tour, and say hello to your new furry friends.
On a budget? Visit the Journey to Churchill exhibit at the Assiniboine Park Zoo.
Visit Travel Manitoba to plan your next adventure.