Things to Do
Head south on Highway 59 to St. Pierre-Jolys for a history lesson about the Métis at Musée St.Pierre-Jolys. Have fun in Parc Carillon Park and walk along the path that is part of the Crow Wing Trail. Next, lather on the sunscreen and visit St. Malo Provincial Park with its two sandy beaches.
Senkiw Swinging Bridge over Roseau River is worth the trip for its Instagram-worthy views. Native wildflowers abound in the Manitoba Tall Grass Prairie Preserve in the RM of Stuartburn.
Make your way north on Highway 12 to the city of Steinbach. Learn more about the town’s heritage at Mennonite Heritage Village and splash around at Steinbach Aquatic Centre’s indoor/outdoor waterpark. Hit the links at Quarry Oaks Golf & Country Club or turn up the torque at the BMX and mountain bike track is located at A.D. Penner Park.
Location: Senkiw Swinging Bridge | Photo credit: Travel Manitoba
Where to Stay
For a unique experience try out Maison Goulet Glamping in St. Pierre Jolys.
St. Malo has one of the largest campgrounds in a Manitoba provincial park. There are also bed and breakfasts options in the area.
Steinbach hotel options include:
Location: St. Malo Beach | Photo credit: Travel Manitoba
Places to Eat
Visit Chez Mémère in St. Pierre Jolys to dine on traditional French-Canadian cuisine.
While at the Mennonite Heritage Village, enjoy a meal of traditional Mennonite fare such as vereneki, kielke, plautz, borscht and farmer sausage at the museum’s Livery Barn Restaurant, or head into town for more Mennonite inspired meals at MJ's Kafe & Kornerstore on Main Street.
Location: St. Pierre Bakery, St-Pierre-Jolys | Photo credit: Travel Manitoba
While You’re There
Mennonite Heritage Museum
Photo credit: Travel Manitoba
Sandilands Provincial Park
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