Top Manitoba Family Resorts
Bakers Narrows Lodge
Bakers Narrows, Manitoba
Here at Bakers Narrows Lodge, your family will be introduced, learn, and excel at the timeless art of fishing. And that's just the beginning!
Hit the water with your family in tow and plumb the depths for Walleye, Northern Pike, Whitefish, Perch, and Burbot, all of which are plentiful (and often gargantuan). Lake Athapapuskow is home to several species of fish, each of which provides incredible opportunities for anglers big and small. Your family will be both awestruck and excited to try their hands at it, and the professional staff will help even the most inexperienced of fisherpeople become adept anglers. If your family isn't big on fishing, however, there's plenty more to do; go for a hike on one of the many nearby trails and enjoy the native wildlife, or hang out in the onsite club house and play some ping-pong. There are two larger cottages onsite that are ideal for families- get cozy and recharge your batteries for another full day of fun tomorrow!
#1 Hwy 10, Bakers Narrows, Flin Flon, MB R8A 1N1, Canada
Spend the evening roasting s'mores and enjoying the spectacular night sky with the family!
Bakers Narrows was a main traffic thoroughfare for the Hudson fur trade.close
The Cottages at Clear Lake
Nestled in Riding Mountain National Park, Clear Lake offers a sparkling utopia of Manitoban splendor. The Cottages At Clear Lake take full advantage of this, and provide fantastic family accommodations so you can experience as much of the area as possible.
First things first: if your family doesn’t like the outdoors, perhaps you should look somewhere else (or perhaps at a different list). If they DO like the outdoors, drop what you’re doing and get to The Cottages At Clear Lake right now! There aren’t many place where the whole family can go for hike, canoe ride, and explore wilderness, then come back to enjoy fine dining and a crackling fire. Whether you’d like a private cottage or a luxury suite, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for here.
109 Ta-Wa-Pit Dr, Wasagaming, MB R0J 2H0, Canada
Manitoba is 250,116 mi²
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Big Buffalo Resort
Falcon Beach, Manitoba
The fully modern duplex cottages of Big Buffalo Resort will draw your family in with their comfort, but the amenities and activities will keep you hooked.
Among the resort’s plethora of amenities are full kitchens, gas BBQ's, free campfire wood, and a negligible walk to Falcon Beach, where your family can splash around on a hot summer day. Outside the resort, your options are even grander. For sports enthusiasts, try your hand at nearby golf, tennis, bowling, horseback riding, and mountain biking. Once the family is good and tuckered out, return to your comfy quarters for some well-deserved shuteye.
Lake Blvd, Falcon Beach, MB R0E 0N0, Canada
Kids 9 and under stay free (with an adult)!
The Resort is 2.1 km from Falcon Lake Golf Course.close
Seven Sisters Falls, Manitoba
With plenty of lakefront chalets and luxury suites available, your family will undoubted find somewhere to love at Pinewood Resort.
Nestled in the resplendent greenery of Whiteshell Provincial Park, a stay at Pinewood Lodge is an unforgettable experience. The new resort facility boasts 16 rooms, each lovingly upkept and decorated. There are two deluxe suites, an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, exercise room, steam room, and hospitality suites, just in case your family needed more reason to make this your next vacation spot. If you’d like even MORE space, the deluxe chalets offer all the amenities needed for your family to lean back and take life as it comes.
Hwy 307, Seven Sisters Falls, NS R0E 1Y0, Canada
Room service is available, and kayaks, canoes, bikes and snowshoes are provided.
The Resort is 44.6 kilometers from Pinawa Golf Club.close
Lac Du Bonnet, Manitoba
Regardless of the time of year, a family vacation to the Nopiming Lodges with stick in your kids’ minds like an explorer in quicksand. That is to say, it’s such a blast that they won’t be able to forget it!
The most popular season to visit is summer, and for good reason. They’re filled with fishing, hiking, mountain biking, boating, canoeing and sunbathing, all while being only feet away from your exquisitely comfortable abode. They paint a tempting picture on their website, saying “Imagine yourself laying back and soaking up those summer rays, on our beautiful natural sandy beach surrounded by pristine wilderness filled with wildlife and miles of untouched forest situated on one of Manitoba's most beautiful lakes”. Meanwhile, in the winter you’ll be cross country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoe hiking through miles of trails, then returning to a crackling fire and a mug of hot cocoa.
Pointe du Bois, MB R0E 1N0, Canada
There are more than 80 provincial parks in Manitoba
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Great White North Wilderness Lodges
Although it possesses quite the intimidating name (a la the film classic Jaws), the Great White North Wilderness Lodges are nothing to be afraid of. In fact, they should be embraced with all the gusto typically reserved for a tropical island vacation (if not more!).
All three of the Lodges possess their own charms and comforts. However, its Manitoba-based lodge, The Kaska Goose Lodge, will be the one that Manitoba-bound vacationers will stay at, and it's perhaps the most adventurous. While families with younger children might want to look elsewhere, the slightly older will have a blast (pardon the pun) at this hunting-friendly lodge. With plenty of varieties of geese ( including snow, blue, Ross and Canadian), ptarmigan, and a variety of ducks in the area, should you prove yourself worthy you'll be eating like kings!
Box 61065 Grant Park RPO, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
In 1867, negotiations for the creation of the province of Manitoba resulted in an armed uprising of the Métis people against the Government of Canada, a conflict known as the Red River Rebellion.
Four of the province's five universities and all four of its professional sports teams are located in Winnipeg.close
The Inn at The Forks
Self-described as "Prairie luxury", the Inn at the Forks is the perfect place for the family that seeks quiet comfort in a beautiful urban setting.
Located in downtown Winnipeg, from a “things-to-do’ standpoint the Forks is practically in a league of its own. The myriad of shopping, arts, and entertainment options on-site and nearby will keep you entertained for days, but it’s the hotel’s hospitable staff that will keep you returning for years to come. With 117 spacious rooms and suites to choose from, AND a newly renovated Riverstone Spa, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven. There’s also a delicious restaurant onsite (SMITH), where your family can enjoy a fantastic meal without even stepping outside.
75 Forks Market Rd, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0A2, Canada
There's a contemporary restaurant featuring locally sourced ingredients, and a full-service spa.
The hotel is 1.8 km from the Winnipeg Convention Centre and 1.9 km from the Portage Place Shopping Centre.close
Falcon Trails Resort
Falcon Lake, Manitoba
Set in a picturesque forest in the Whiteshell Provincial Park, Falcon Trails Resort’s surrounding beauty is somehow matched by its accommodations and hospitality.
Bring your family somewhere they can truly appreciate all that mother nature has to offer. This little forest resort on the shores of Falcon and High Lake specializes in showing guests the plethora of activities available in the great outdoors, from hiking and biking to paddling a canoe down a secluded river. The remote hike-in eco cabins will give you the sense of seclusion without truly being isolated from civilization, while the private hot tubs, docks, and beaches will make you never want to leave.
100 Ridge Road, Falcon Lake, MB R0E 0N0, Canada
Complimentary canoes and cross-country skis are provided!
Only 1-km from the Falcon Lake Golf Course.close
Buffalo Point Resort
Buffalo Point, Manitoba
A visual spectacle of rugged, natural beauty carved out of Lake of the Woods, Buffalo Point Resort is as breathtaking as it is fun. Here you and your family will find some of the finest year round outdoor recreation and hospitality in Canada.
Southern Lake of the Woods is as scenic as it is remote, and a stay at Buffalo Point Resort is one that won't be influenced by the helter-skelter pace of everyday life. You and your family will instead be captivated by the shimmering waters of Big Traverse Bay, Muskeg Bay, and Buffalo Bay. At Buffalo Point you will find the best walleye fishing year round, world class snowmobiling, and incredible hospitality. While the kids spend a day at the beach, adults are free to do as they please- a round of golf at Lake of the Sandhills Golf Course is always a popular choice!
PO Box 1037, Buffalo Point, Manitoba, Canada R0A 2W0
Make sure you check out the seven miles of white sandy beaches!
There are approximately 300 cottages near Buffalo Point!close
Pine Point Lodge & Outposts
Duck Lake Post, Manitoba
Would you like a lodge that offers excellent fishing, a setting of true northern scenic beauty, and wholesome northern hospitality? If the answer is yes than Pine Point Lodge & Outposts in Flin Flon, Manitoba is the place for your family.
Fish in the crystal clear waters of the world-renowned Lake Athapapuskow with its trophy lake trout, as well as walleye, whitefish, and perch. Pine Point Lodge facilities include a dining room where you and your family can enjoy delicious home cooked meals, before dinner d’oeuvres, and complimentary cocktails. Families can then relax in the lodge’s sitting room with a large stone fireplace and screened in gazebo. Unwind and chat with your loved ones about the fish you caught that day or just enjoy the view of the lake. After that, you can all retreat to your rustic yet modern cabin.
PO Box 844 Duck Lake Post, Manitoba R8A 1N6
Lake Athapapuskow has hundreds of miles of shoreline where islands, narrows, bays, and natural sand beaches abound, creating an abundant fish habitat.
Related Onsite Offerings
Pine Point Lodge & Outpost also features a tackle and souvenir shop with a full line of top quality clothing.close
Falcon Beach Ranch
Falcon Lake, Manitoba
Offering cabin rentals, trail rides, and everything you could possibly want from a Canadian-styled ranch, Falcon Beach will be all that your family can talk about until you return.
Whiteshell Provincial Park is the perfect place for a ranch, as its verdant forests and scenic trails make for a wonderful horseback ride setting. Whether you’re seasoned cowpokes or wide-eyed rookies, the Ranch’s friendly staff will be able to make you feel comfortable. When you aren’t ACTIVELY experience wildlife, your family will absolutely adore observing it from the front porch of your rustic log cabin.
Lot 83, Barren Lake Road, Falcon Lake, MB R0E 0N0, Canada
Optional activities include guided horseback trail rides, pony rides and wagon rides!
The ranch is 1.8 km from the shores of Falcon Lake and 2.4 km from Falcon Lake Golf Course.close