Selkirk Park Community Trail


This nature based trail, with four trails of different lengths, built to enable bird watching, complete with four rest/picnic stops for everyone to enjoy. Named after the birds you’ll see while you traverse these trails enjoy discovering nature on the Chickadee [1.95 km], Blue Jay [200m], Red Wing (blackbird) [over 3.5 km] and Mallard [875 m] trails. Winding through the Marine Museum and into the Selkirk Park proper where swimming, camping, boat launch and special attractions are offered from spring thru fall. Some of these trails are usable all seasons for cross-country Skiing, snowshoeing and hiking/biking in the other seasons. Selkirk Canoe & Kayak dock & Club house is along one of them by the Selkirk Slough. PARTS ARE WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. With new interpretive signage, kiosks and Wayfinding posts use of the trails will be more enjoyable – come explore nature within Selkirk. This trail connects to the Red River North Trail, as part of the Trans Canada Trail system.