Parks Everywhere


Stoney Point Beach

Located on Lake Dauphin, this area includes a ball diamond, playground, horseshoe pits and beach volleyball court. There are 20 seasonal camping sites, a large dining shelter, showers, and washrooms. Stoney Point has a beach area for swimming, as well as a boat launch and is great for fishing. Mile 153 West off of Highway 20 LOCATION: Stoney Point Beach

Rainbow Beach Provincial Park & Lake Dauphin

This beautiful provincial park on Lake Dauphin is a popular spot for family gatherings and picnics. Just a short drive east of Dauphin, it’s the perfect place to cool off or catch some rays whether you’re in town for a festival, family wedding, or baseball tournament. Plenty of campsites are available if you need a place to park your RV;

Keld Park

Located southwest of Dauphin on the boundary of Riding Mountain National Park, Keld Park is perfect for a quiet picnic, camping, or a splash in the Vermillion River. Stop at the scenic Keld Falls and explore interesting rock formations, flora and fauna. A cook shack, fire pits, and washroom facilities are available. South then west on Highway 274, south on

Duck Mountain Provinincial Park

Driving up the mountain, feel the stresses and strains of everyday life slip away. The forest, acts as a green curtain that closes the outer world behind you,to make your thoughts become as clear and simple as the deep blue lakes scattered throughout the park. The spring-fed waters of Blue, Childs, Wellman and Singuish Lakes are legacies of ancient glacial

Riding Mountain National Park

You will fall in love with this jewel on Dauphin’s doorstep. Dauphin is situated just 9 kilometers from Riding Mountain National Park’s pristine north boundary, so you can be hotel room to trailhead in less than 20 minutes! A year round must-visit, the 3000 km2 park offers hundreds of kilometers of front and backcountry trails for hiking, biking, skiing or