Five crisscrossing valleys nestled between three Provincial Parks and a Canadian National Park offers Manitoba’s most scenic and attractive landscapes. It also yields lots of big game, large fish, and rare species which create choice spots in Manitoba for fishing, hunting, wild life viewing and adventuring. It’s also why the west side of Manitoba’s Parkland region is considered Manitoba’s wild side.
Within minutes of Roblin are some of Manitoba’s most spectacular parks. East of Roblin is the west and wildest edge of Canada’s Riding Mountain National Park. South of Roblin along Lake of the Prairies, rated as one of the top Walleye Fishery in Manitoba, is Asessippi Provincial Park. North of Roblin is Duck Mountain Provincial Park, known for its clear, spring-fed lakes, variety of big game and fish and abundant wildlife. Northwest of Roblin is Duck Mountain Provincial Park, SK, home to majestic Madge Lake.
Much to See and Do
Between Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Asessippi Provincial Park, Saskatchewan's Duck Mountain Provincial Park and the west side of Riding Mountain National Park, Roblin's Parkland area is home to an abundant diversity of Manitoba's most fascinating wildlife species. Whether you are hunting, fishing or exploring, the Parkland offers visitors an up close and personal wildlife experience that is truly unique and memorable.
Get Out and Go Natural
Take a hike, mountain bike or horseback ride on the Crocus Trail, part of the Canada-wide Trans-Canada Trail system which passes through the area. Enjoy self-guided tours of historical sites found within the area, at Frank Skinner Arboretum, and numerous other trail options found within minutes of Roblin at the Provincial and National Parks.