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 130 West off of Highway… Read more »

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… Read more »

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… Read more »

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… Read more »

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… Read more »