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Birds Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba
(4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • You know what it's like when you bump into an old friend, strike up a conversation and wonder how was it you drifted apart? Such was my relationship with this park. This park holds many fond memories ...  more »
  • It was my first visit to Winnipeg, thanksgiving weekend 2016. My friend who's a bit outdoorsy took his family and me to Birdhill Park. The park itself is nice and expansive but it was quite cold that ...  more »
  • There are many activities for young families here including paved trails for little ones to bike on our push a stroller. Lots to explore, even in tge off-season. The ranch wasn't that great, not a lot...  more »
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  • 24/7, 365....all year round a fantastic place. Great place to view aurora borealis, hike, feed the birds, or just relax. Great braai spots too. :) Love it.
  • Big park. Probably suitable for a relax in the season hours.
  • Birds hill park is an amazing place year round. There's something for everyone and each visit is an adventure. Some of the highlights: great groomed hiking trails, geocaching, swimming, lots of sand beach, biking, wildlife watching, camping, star gazing and more. A provincial park pass is needed when you visit.
  • Neat little petting zoo, stables, horse and pony rides, riding and walking trails. There's a heck of lot to do here.
  • We were kicked out of the park because they said our children were too far away from us in the water. They said they repeatedly told us to watch our children. This was a complete lie. They told us once and that was it. I must add that our group is Native Canadian and truly believe racism played a big part on what happened today. I for one will not be coming back to that park. It's a shame where we have to raise our children in a society that still has so much racism but is just better hidden.