Minnewasta Golf & Country Club
The Minnewasta Golf and Country Club is located in Morden, Manitoba on the edge of the beautiful Pembina escarpment. It features naturally hilly terrain with various types of trees bordering the fairways. The Dead Horse Creek, which winds its way throughout the golf course, is a challenging and attractive feature of the area. Wildlife, which can be spotted throughout the course, add to the golf experience.
The Minnewasta Golf & Country Club was established in 1962 as a nine-hole course. In 1989 it was expanded to its’ current 18-hole version by internationally renowned golf course architect, Les Furber, of Golf Design Service.
Winkler Centennial Golf Club
We are an 18 hole, full facility course located in the rapidly expanding and vibrant city of Winkler, Manitoba.
The club is semi private, with a strong membership that welcomes all visitors. The course offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels.
Whether you are wanting to play a leisurely round of golf, bring a small group out, or stage a large tournament, we encourage you to try our facility, we are sure that you will enjoy the experience!
Pembina Valley Provincial Park
Pembina Valley Provincial Park is one of Manitoba’s newest parks and features many miles of trails, both easy and challenging. Picnics are allowed but campfires and overnight stays are prohibited. This park is a well-known migratory path for raptors and draws large numbers of bird-watchers in the spring and fall.
Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre
The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre (CFDC) is quickly becoming a top Manitoba travel destination. The Fossil Dig Adventure Tours have a near 100% success rate in finding new fossils, since the beginning of 2009! The hills surrounding Morden are abundant in fossils and it is our mandate to collect, preserve and exhibit this valuable provincial resource.
31st Annual Winkler Harvest Festival
The second weekend in August, the Harvest Festival and Exhibition is a free family event that features entertainment, petting zoo, fireworks, pancake breakfast, rodeos, and much more…all FREE. Wonder Shows, plus numerous food and beverage vendors are also on site. Check the festival website starting in spring to find out who the main entertainers will be.
Centennial Concert Hall
The PW Enns Centennial Concert Hall has a unique history. Originally built as a church, the facility served as a place of worship for decades. When the Winkler Mennonite Church congregation decided to build a new and larger facility, the city council of Winkler saw an opportunity to develop a special meeting place for the citizens of the community.
Pembina Threshermen’s Museum
Love the rumble of antique machinery or the rustic charm of a pioneer village? Ever wondered what it was like to live in a prairie town? Do you enjoy exploring heritage or going for a walk down ‘memory lane’? Then the Pembina Threshermen’s Museum located on Hwy #3 between Morden and Winkler is one place you won’t want to miss!