Come explore the East Beaches Heritage Wing at Grand Marais to relive the heritage of the area and the heydays of Grand Beach as a wonderful summer getaway it continues to be.
Home to Grand Beach Provincial Park, voted one of the top 3 beaches in North America.
Cottage country along the East Beaches of Lake Winnipeg is a fabulous getaway.
Historic St. Peter Dynevor Church, built in 1854 – the only Aboriginal parish in the Red River Settlement. Chief Peguis of the Saulteaux, friend of the Selkirk settlers and defender of native land rights, is buried in the churchyard.
Fishing at “The Locks” is a habit that dates back over 3,000 years. A gathering place for fishing, hunting and trading continues at Lockport on the Red River.
Birds Hill Provincial Park offers hiking, cycling, rollerblading, camping, swimming, picnic sites.
The Floodway serves as a recreational link to the Duff Roblin Parkway and the Red River North Trail/ Trans-Canada Trail.
Discover numerous heritage sites throughout St. Clements, linked together by a trail of geocaches. As of 2018 some of these Heritage sites are linked by QR codes to the oral Heritage stories