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There’s nothing quite like the “good old hockey game” in Red River North. Enjoy home games for the Selkirk Steelers and the Selkirk Fishermen at the Selkirk Recreation Complex this hockey season. (And help us cheer our teams to victory too!) Click the links below for information on schedules.
Homes for the Holidays & Holiday Alley
Homes for the Holidays We’re excited to announce that Homes for the Holidays will be taking place on November 29, 30, and December 1, 2018! Make sure to visit their website to learn more about this year’s locations, how and where to get tickets, and so much more. Holiday Alley Back for a second year in a
Something for Everyone
Need to keep the whole family happy? In Red River North, we have something for everyone! If you’re looking to shake things up and try something different, or if you’re looking to make the best of a rainy day, browse through some of the options below! Don’t forget to check out our Events Calendar to
Cross Country Skiing
Did you know there are groomed cross country ski trails in Red River North? Yes, it’s true! Located at Larters Golf Course, Birds Hill Provincial Park, Grand Beach Provincial Park, and Selkirk Park, there are many trails for your winter enjoyment.
Enjoy a beautiful Manitoba summer day while shopping for locally grown fruit and vegetables, homemade baking, clothing, jewellery, and much more.
Geocaching is a great activity if you’ve never experienced an area before. By entering coordinates into a GPS, you are taken to locations within Red River North where treasures or “caches” are hidden. Once you discover these hidden boxes, take a prize or “swag” item, sign the log, and continue on your journey. But
A bird-watcher’s dream awaits you here in Red River North. Visit not one, not two, but three prime bird watching locations in the area. Check out Lockport where it’s likely you’ll see dozens of white pelicans searching for their dinner, visit the Community Trails in Selkirk Park where you’ll find Blue Jays, Chickadees, and Yellow
Galleries & Shopping
Shops, farmer’s markets, and galleries are abundant in Red River North. You could find yourself experiencing summer farmer’s markets, purchasing gorgeous art work from the Selkirk Community Arts Centre, visiting beach side shops, museum gift shops, cute boutiques, and chain clothing stores. After discovering all of our many options, you’ll wonder why you didn’t complete
Hiking & Biking Trails
Ranging from the spectacular Birds Hill Park, to the many trails as part of the Red River North Trail Association, to beautiful Selkirk Park where you can walk the community trail, hiking and biking in the area is always a thrilling adventure.
With four main courses in the area, Red River North is the perfect option for golfers looking to widen their horizons. These facilities offer not only convenient locations and alternatives to city golf courses, but also challenging and unique experiences. Whether your journey takes you to Selkirk, St. Andrews, or St. Clements, we are confident
Starting only 20 minutes north of Winnipeg, Red River North abounds with opportunities to relax in nature, enjoy a picnic, swim, hike, fish, and connect with history. Where will you go first?
Follow the flow of the Red River up the east side of Lake Winnipeg, and explore some of Canada’s best beaches! Just an hour north of Winnipeg, get your toes into the famous fine white sand of Grand Beach. Along the shallow edges of Lake Winnipeg, Grand Beach Provincial Park offers a family-friendly beach experience,
Nothing says Manitoba quite like spending a nice summer afternoon out on the boat. Take a cruise down the Red River and enjoy the gorgeous scenery the area has to offer. Click the link below for information on launching your boat in Selkirk! Selkirk Park Boat Launch
Within easy driving distance of Winnipeg, Red River North offers a variety of experiences for all ages and interests. Take a day (or two or three) to discover the many attractions of Red River North! Here are some ideas ….What type of tourist are you?
Canada Geese? They flock to Red River North in the fall, and you can too. You’ll see them covering fields north, east and north-east of Selkirk. Although guides and outfitters are available, the usual practice is that hunters make a deal with local farmers to hunt responsibly on their land. Please read these documents
Red River North offers World Class fishing. If you love catfish, we got ‘em – one million of them to be exact. Find out everything you need to know about fishing in the area, including where to fish, where to get gear, and fishing license information.