Riding Mountain National Park
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Riding Mountain National Park is 3000km2 of possibility for you to explore.
There are so many ways to connect with this extraordinary natural space. Choose from a hiking adventure, a day at the beach, biking, swimming, camping or wildlife watching. Come to explore, to share, to learn and to find your fun!
The Visitor Centre provides an opportunity to connect with friendly staff for up-to-date information...
The new exhibits at the Visitor Centre feature interactive experiences in the comfort of the familiar historic building.
Come and see us at the newly renovated Visitor Centre!
Parks Canada worked with historic builders, award-winning Canadian design teams...
The Visitor Centre is now offering Parks Canada Official Merchandise.
We are excited to offer either one or a combination of several of our spaces for visitors to rent.
If you are looking to explore land or lake, on foot or on wheels - contact us to find your perfect adventure in Riding Mountain National Park.
Videos of the Visitor Centre in Riding Mountain National Park
Welcome to the Riding Mountain National Park Visitor Centre. The park is in Treaty 2 territory, and we work with the Anishinabe First Nations from Treaty 2, Treaty 1 and Treaty 4 territories.
Anishinabe people have many names for this place. One is Wagiiwing which means mountain in the Ojibway language. We are grateful to have our Visitor Centre on the traditional territory of the Anishinabe and we’re also grateful for the essential work that is done with Indigenous partners. Explore more here: Indigenous connections
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