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Easy Day Trips from Winnipeg Set out on a day trip to explore sites in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region.


Tricks and Treats


Head north to the RM of Rosser for some fabulous fall fun. Visit Six Pines, a family-run farm that is a top agri-tourist destination and favourite spooky spot. Offering both kid-friendly activities by day and terrifying adult-only attractions by night, make a plan to visit Six Pines this October.


Autumn Glory


Follow Hwy 59 north to Birds Hill Provincial Park, taking in some stunning fall scenery. Stop for a bite


to eat and to browse the unique items at the charming Pineridge Hollow. Take a drive around the park or hike or bike along the trails meandering through the forests of oak and aspen.


Or scream for steam by hopping aboard the


Prairie Dog Central. Departing from Inkster Junction on a vintage locomotive, you will enjoy the view of the passing prairie on a themed journey before a brief stopover at Gross Isle. Here, browse the offerings at the Country Charm Market, grab a bite to eat and enjoy the local entertainment.


Continue your leisurely drive east to Immaculate Conception Church of Cooks Creek. Admire the impressive style of this multi-domed structure of concrete and stucco brought to life through bold colours, Ukrainian motifs and faux finishes that echo grand European churches.


For more easy day trip ideas, visit travelmanitoba.com


Photo: Enviro Foto, Immaculate Conception Church of Cooks Creek


16 Regional Times


Regional Times | Full Page Colour Ad - 9.875” x 15.75” (Easy Day Trips) | Travel Manitoba - August 2018 winnipegmetroregion.ca


Autumn 2018


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