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There are a lot of great places and activities to enjoy while in Roblin.  All of which are available in the outdoor spaces within and surrounding Roblin.  Whether you are a local or visiting us, take some time to see what our Jewel of the Parkland has to offer.  Everything from parks, swimming, camping, trails, fishing and more.  Take some time to explore and enjoy for yourself.


Who doesn't love to get out to a park?  In Roblin we have some wonderful parks that can provide you and your children a great escape to enjoy climbing, sliding, swinging and running.  Each of our community parks also have benches, picnic tables, and other amenities that make for the perfect park visit. 

Legacy Park

This park doesn't just offer structures to use during the warmer weather, it is also hosts a toboggan sliding hill during the winter.  Located on the corner lot of 2nd Street N.W. and 6th Ave. N.W.

Lion's Park

Tucked away in the backyards of Newton Bay there are 3 public access paths that will get you into this park.  One access is located on Spear Drive, Newton Bay and within the cul-de-sac of Smith Place. 

Rebekah's Park

A popular community park being located off a main highway and close proximity to our downtown business section.  This colorful park is located south off of Hwy 5, and 3rd Ave. S.W.

Park map

Goose Lake

A recently renovated campground and new washroom facility situated on East Goose Lake's shoreline has 30amp electrical hookups, a heated shower, barbecue pits, picnic sites, and fire wood. 

Camping Rates:  

  • Serviced sites - $30/night 
  • Unserviced sites - $10/night 

To book a camping reservation at East Goose Campground, call  (204) 937-8333 or email info@roblin.ca

East Goose Lake

Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Website: https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/parks/park-maps-and-locations/western/duck.html 

Child's Lake Campground

Blue Lake Campground

Parks Reservation Service phone:  204-948-3333 in Winnipeg or 1-888-482-2267 toll-free

Asessippi Beach & Campground

Location:  From Roblin go 18 miles south on Highway 83.  You will go down into the Shell River Valley and right after you cross the bridge you turn left.  There is a sign on the left hand side at the bottom where you turn left that says Asessippi Beach & Campground.   Go 1/4 of a mile then turn left into the campground.  There is a food booth and that is where you can stop and check in! 

Website:  https://asessippibeach.com/# 

Phone: Karen's Cell: 204-773-6797
             Rick's Cell: 204-773-6592
             Residence: 204-564-2585

Asessippi Provincial Park

Location:

Website:  https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/parks/park-maps-and-locations/western/asessippi.html 

Parks Reservation Service phone:  204-948-3333 in Winnipeg or 1-888-482-2267 toll-free

Pyott's West

Location:  From Roblin travel

  • 13 km West on #5 & 13 km
  • South on 482 & 3 km East.
  • West shore of Lake of the Prairies.

Website: https://pyottswestcampground.com/index.php 

Phone: 204-564-2308

Ricker's Campground

Location:

SE7-26-29 W1

30 Assiniboine Dr.

Lake of the Prairies

Website: https://www.rickerscampground.ca/ 

Phone:  204-937-2716

Roblin - Crocus Trail 

The Crocus Trail measures 136 km / 85 miles and runs from the Saskatchewan border to Russell. This most westerly section of the Trans Canada Trail in Manitoba at Madge Lake, near the Saskatchewan border and runs south through the Duck Mountain Provincial Forest to the Village of San Clara and on to Roblin. While in Roblin, link up with the trail from various locations downtown business section, Currey Park or Goose Lake.

Get updates about trial upgrades, events, pictures and activities on the trail by finding them on Facebook

Currey ParkCurrey Park is home to three baseball diamonds, a softball diamond, one-mile walking trail, waterfowl nesting sites, track oval and a picnic area. These grounds are maintained on a regular basis and host many busy evenings. The annual Canada Day Festival takes place at the park.


Summer evening on Hembroff Diamond - Photo from Marla Johnson



East & West Goose Lake

Scenic trophy trout lakes located right in town and stocked annually with rainbow and brown trout is how Roblin became known as the Fly-Fishing Capital of Manitoba...that and the thousands of visitors who return to fly-fish the Parkland year-after-year and use Roblin as their home-base.

To find out more about fishing at East & West Goose Lake, follow Parkland Trout Fisheries on Facebook for more information.

East Goose Lake

The Roblin Golf & Country Club is a challenging, fully-irrigated, scenic 9-hole golf course with an excellent layout and setting. This course features undulating grass greens, various encounters with water and a full-service clubhouse and pro shop.

Location: Hwy 83 N., Roblin
Mailing Address: Box 31, Roblin, MB R0L 1P0
Phone: (204) 937-4774
Email: info@golfroblin.com
Visit the Roblin Golf & Country Club

The Roblin Leisure Aquatic Centre is a facility that you might not expect to find in a small town. With determination, perseverance, and hard-work, Roblin built this first-class facility. A modern change room building opened in 2000 and a shade area was completed in 2001. The Aquatic Centre has the following amenities:

  • Junior Olympic-sized swimming pool
  • Spray fountains
  • 112-foot water slide
  • 10-person hot tub
  • Kiddies wading pool
  • Eating area with a shaded top and picnic tables

Location: 311Hospital Street, Roblin
Phone: (204) 937-8962

Public SwimSwimming Lessons

Roblin Snowmobile Association - This non-profit organization is dedicated to providing safe and exciting snowmobile trails in the Roblin area. The Club has been working on grooming trails and looks forward to another snow filled season.  For a map of the trails click here