About Manitoba Cottage Rental and Vacation Home Rentals
Manitoba is the only region in Canada that has both ocean coast and large freshwater lakes. Over 14% of the land area in this province is covered by fresh water. You will love being able to take a boat out onto Hudson Bay or go swimming in one of the many lakes or rivers that dot the area. As a four season travel spot, outdoor activities include hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, beach lounging, cross-country and downhill skiing (and miles of groomed ski-doo trails). Hitting the community of Churchill is very popular in all seasons because of the polar bears and beluga whales that can be seen in Hudson Bay. Winnipeg is the cultural and artistic center here, offering cultural and artistic events, museums, and festivals all year long. While in Winnipeg you might want to take in Assiniboine Park and Zoo, one or more of a number of museums, like the Costume Museum of Canada or Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum. Or the Canadian Mint and a number of forts in the area might interest you.
More into art? There is the world famous Winnipeg Art Gallery there too. Plan it right and you can attend one of these great events: Festival du Voyageur, Folklorama, Jazz Winnipeg Festival, Red River Exhibition, Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival, Winnipeg International Writers Festival, Winnipeg Music Festival, or the Winnipeg Folk Festival. You might like the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden, the Mennonite Heritage Village in Steinbach, and the New Iceland Heritage Museum in Gimli among other locations.
To take full advantage of the vacation properties that are around Manitoba to rent from their owners or Property Managers you should check out the listings on the cottage rental pages of CottageMe.com where you will find many excellent Manitoba’s vacation rentals to choose from that range from luxurious to rustic.