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Grand Beach Provincial Park, Grand Marais

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#7 of 54 in Parks in Manitoba
Beach Nature / Park
Relax or get active at Grand Beach Provincial Park, a peaceful park along the shore of Lake Winnipeg. Birders can spot numerous species here, including bald eagles, terns, and pelicans, as well as the endangered piping plover, which nests on the beach. Have a picnic on the scenic lake shore, or cycle and hike through pine forest trails. See the massive sand dunes, enjoy snacks from the food stands, or try fishing from the lake dock. Using our online itinerary creator, Grand Marais attractions like Grand Beach Provincial Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Grand Beach is only an hour and 10 minutes away from Winnipeg and totally worth the trip. The town has gas a grocery store to buy food, alcohol, lottery so anything you forgot at home you can buy ther...  more »
  • Only just over an hour north of winnipeg this beach is a must see! The white sand beach and sand dunes are unlike any beach in Manitoba. The water of Lake Winnipeg can still be relatively cold in the ...  more »
  • The beautiful white sand stretches for kilometres all the way to Lester Beach. A great walk starts at the west beach, cross the channel bridge and all the way to the end of the east beach. Growing up ...  more »