Manitoba's rivers, Arctic coastline, lakes and forests are home to 500 species of birds, moose, elk and black bear. Discover the wildlife of Manitoba for yourself as you explore the province in your RV.
Plan your RV campground vacation in Manitoba
Plan ahead, select the campgrounds on your route where you plan to stay, visit their websites. Make your reservations as early as possible to make sure you will have the best camping site for your motorhome or travel trailer, with the best view, the perfect location or most ideal amenities for your family.
RV Rentals in Manitoba
If you haven't had a chance to see the wonderful scenery of Manitoba, or experience its history and culture then plan your next holiday by coming to Canada by plane. Fly to Winnipeg and rent an RV for a couple of weeks. We suggest you make reservations now, by checking these companies and RV Dealers who offer RVs for rent.
About the province of Manitoba Manitoba is the easternmost of the three Prairie Provinces. Comparatively level, Manitoba generally ranges from 490-ft./150 m to 980-ft./300 m above sea level. Agricultural land lies in a triangle, bordering Saskatchewan and the U.S., cutting diagonally across lake Winnipeg. The northern part of Manitoba is Precambrian Shield and northernmost Manitoba has tundra and permafrost. All waters in Manitoba flow to Hudson Bay. Two-thirds of Canada's 500-plus species of birds come here, drawn by more than 100,000 lakes and countless rivers and marshes. Manitoba is a premier wildlife-watching destination with among the highest densities of moose, elk and black bear. Winnipeg is the capital and principle city with a population of 660,000. www.travelmanitoba.com The official Manitoba Tourism website
Weather and Climate Warm, sunny summers and cold bright winters characterize Manitoba's climate. Afternoon temperatures in July and August Average 25º°C with midwinter daytime readings almost always remain well below freezing. Wide variations from average values are common in all seasons. More than half of the annual precipitation falls in the summer months in the form of brief heavy showers. Most of southern Manitoba receives 110-140 cm of snow annually with the heaviest snow falls occurring in the northeast, in the Duck and Riding Mountains.
Riding Mountain National Park of Canada Protected "island" area in the Manitoba Escarpment. Link to: Riding Mountain Park Wapusk National Park of Canada. One of the largest polar bear denning areas in the world. Link to: Wapusk Park National Parks Travel Planner for Manitoba Order a copy of the National Parks and National Historic Sites of Canada in Manitoba by calling 1-888-773-8888. (Allow 2 weeks to receive printed copy by mail). Online Travel Planner: Manitoba National Parks and Historic Sites National Parks Reservations 1-877-RESERVE, (1-877-737-3783) International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321 Online Campground Reservations: www.pccamping.ca Provincial Parks & Campgrounds Manitoba Provincial Parks Manitoba Parks & Campgrounds: 204-945-2453 Website: www.gov.mb.ca/Conservation/parks/ Parks Reservation Service: 1-888-482-2267 or 204-948-3333 Online reservations: http://prs.gov.mb.ca/