Volleyball, Horseshoe Pits, Tetherball
Enjoy our dual sand volleyball, dual horseshoe pits and dual tetherball courts (Free - just let us know your group times inside your agenda )
Join us for a 8 km guided bike adventure on the Trans Canada Trail to Old Pinawa Dam. Check out the single-track trail that winds it way through boreal forest and along the Pinawa Channel. On the ride take in the colours of Mother Natures canvas and hear the roar of the rapids at Shorty's. Enjoy a picnic lunch at a scenic rock outcrop overlooking the channel. End the ride at historic Old Pinawa Dam provincial park. ($60 per person with bike & helmut - includes a simple lunch )
Join us for a 3.5 km or 7 km guided hiking adventure on The Great Tail from the diversion dam to the suspension bridge. Follow the trail as it winds it's way through the boreal forest and across granite outcrops. Take in views of the beautiful Pinawa Channel. Walk across the suspension bridge. Enjoy a leisurely lunch along side the Pinawa Channel at our secluded outfitters tent. After lunch you will have the option to hike back to the diversion dam (7 km total) or instead of hiking get a ride back to the diversion dam. ($20 per person - book in advance )
Our guides will teach you about how to stay safe in regards to weather, wildlife, your abilities, basic navigation, and what to do in an emergency. This is a fantastic opportunity to ask questions and learn from experienced outdoor leaders. Includes Canoe Lesson, Pine Point Rapids Hike, Nutimik Lake, Bannock Point Petroforms, Old Pinawa Dam ($99 per person - Booking in advance )
Pinawa Golf & Country Club Course is an 18 hole, par 72 course set in deep boreal forests. The back nine play towards the river, providing stunning views of Winnipeg River System. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced golfer, the Pinawa Golf and Country Club Course provides a perfect backdrop for your next golf adventure.
18 holes of Golf
Shared cart for 2 people (or 2 carts for 3 people)
Use one of our 6 campfire spots in the evening on our 11 acres overlooking the Winnipeg River. (Free - Just book in advance )
Canoe rentals are geared towards those with existing experience in the safe use of canoes and understand water safety. Water conditions are slow-moving with swift sections. If you choose to take the Pinawa Channel route there are two portages and you will require selecting the Old Pinawa Dam for 5 pm transport option when making your booking. You are required to lift your canoe off its docking station and put it into the water. If you are not familiar with the safe operation of a canoe, we strongly recommend booking our Day Adventure, rafting or tubing options instead.
There’s a reason why thousands of people flock towards Pinawa during the summer months. The ultimate spot for all of your tubing, canoe and rafting adventures. Wilderness Edge offers excursion opportunity to anyone who dares to take on the channel. Located just one hour away from Winnipeg, we provide tubing and rafting adventures with equipment rentals, all at a fair price. You can also power pack the experience with one of our complete day trips, overnight or weekend packages. 120 tubes and 12 rafts per run. Rentals are $8.85 per person plus taxes - book in advance, we often sell out!
Join us for an evening kayak on the Winnipeg River. Paddle past century old granite that was blasted to create the Pinawa Channel. Catch glimpses of Mother Nature's creatures on land and in the sky. Watch the sun set from a scenic spot on the Winnipeg River. ($40 per person - must book in advance)
Additional activities you might enjoy...
Pinawa Beach is located on the northern end of Whiteshell Provincial Park along the Winnipeg River and is equipped with a play structure, picnic shelter, volleyball court, and diving dock.
Pinawa’s Suspension Bridge allows visitors and local residents a greater opportunity to discover and appreciate the natural beauty of the Pinawa district on this branch of the Trans Canada Trail. Located off the Alice Chambers Trail, it is 54 metres long and 1 metre wide. Crossing the Pinawa Channel north of the Pinawa Cemetery, the bridge is part of a loop for interpretive walks, casual fishing, and cross-country skiing. The Pinawa Channel Heritage Walk on the north side of the channel is accessed either by the suspension bridge or the diversion dam at the end of PR 211.
Old Pinawa Dam
This place is beautiful. It's an old hydro dam that's been decommissioned for decades and has been made as a great self-guided walking tour of the oldest hydro dam in Manitoba.
Around the damn are some smooth cascades that can be used as water slides. Life vest recommended, although lots of locals don't use them. Great place for a picnic, a swim and a walk. Parking fees for those without provincial passes.
Overlooking the Winnipeg River this 13 person hot tub is perfect for sunrize or last soak before bed.
Rated for up to 10 people. Enjoy the newly renovated sauna with fresh cedar. Rated for up to 10 people. Enjoy the newly renovated sauna with fresh cedar.