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Explore Wetlands in Manitoba

Explore a local wetland—any time of year. They’re beautiful places to relax and connect with the outdoors. Click below for wetlands in Manitoba, ready for your visit.

Alex-Gris Doerksen

Pull off the highway and step into a beautiful prairie marsh. Enjoy the sights and sounds of waterfowl and a host of songbirds. The property has easy foot access and is a great place to spend an afternoon with your binoculars. South side of #1 highway. Parking on service road. Mostly pavement. Easy foot access from north side. Dedication cairn. Griswald, MB.

Oak Hammock Marsh

Escape to the peace of 30 kms of trails in a restored prairie marsh with aspen-oak bluff, artesian springs, and some of Manitoba’s remaining tall-grass prairie. This internationally significant RAMSAR site is home to Ducks Unlimited Canada's national offices. Parking, Trails, Boardwalk, Interpretive centre, Viewing stands, Dedication cairn. Stonewall, MB.

Sage Creek Neighbourhood

Winnipeg’s Sage Creek neighbourhood is a 902-acre (365-hectare) housing development with naturalized stormwater ponds created by Ducks Unlimited Canada. Enjoy the flowing prairie landscape on nine kilometres of winding trails amid native grasses and naturalized wetlands. Trails. Winnipeg, MB.

South Pointe Neighbourhood

Explore the beauty of a prairie landscape inside city limits. This 482-acre (195-hectare) housing development features five kilometres of trails around naturalized stormwater ponds and extensive tracts of native grasses created by Ducks Unlimited Canada. Read the interpretive signs to learn how these natural features benefit the community. Trails. Winnipeg, MB.

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