Western Region Trip Planner
Welcome to Western Region!Located in the centre of the country, the Western Region of Manitoba offers travellers a wide variety of places and landscapes to explore. Spruce Wood Provincial Park is a popular spot with the Spirit Sands standing out as a truly unique fixture–giant, undulating sand dunes covering over 5 sq km (19 sq mi) standing over 30 m (100 ft) in parts. The largest park in the region is the Riding Mountain National Park, a 3000 sq km (11,600 sq mi) refuge teeming with local wild life such as moose and wood bison. Travellers to this area can take advantage the prime fishing spots here in the summer and enjoy skiing here in the winter. Dauphin and Brandon are two of the more densely populated areas in the region, boasting some attractions as the Dauphin & Distirct Allied Arts Centre, Canada's National Ukrainian Festival, The Royal Manitoba Winter Fair, The Brandon Folk Music and Art Festival and the Brandon Jazz Festival. Situated in the province known as the land of 100,000 lakes, travellers will find an abundance of watery destinations here including Lake Winnipegosis (Manitoba's second largest), Dauphin Lake and Oak Lake.
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