5 Reasons to Visit Powerview Pine Falls

Are you looking for a new and exciting adventure? Powerview-Pine Falls has many exciting adventures waiting for you. From fishing their fantastic lake to experiencing relaxation at its finest, you can spend endless hours enjoying nature and having fun.


  • Stay home if you have been travelling or do not feel well. Here is an excellent resource if you are quarantined. This will help you find people in Manitoba who are willing and able to help you while quarantined. Help Next Door Manitoba
  • Go out with people within your household, but practice social distancing (2 metres away) with other groups.
  • Please practice Leave No Trace. Clean up after yourself and leave nothing behind such as trash and waste.


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1. Fish the Walleye Capital of Manitoba

Get your fishing on at Powerview-Pine Falls! Declared the Walleye Capital of Manitoba, Powerview-Pine Falls has some of the largest walleye that have ever been caught in Manitoba – and you could catch that record-breaking fish too!

Powerview-Pine Falls offers more than just huge fish, but also breathtaking, rustic scenery to enchant you as you fish. Cast your line via boat or bankside – you can even stop at the Pine Falls Generating Station to take in the sight of the plant, interact with nature, and fish all at the same time.


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2. Papertown Motor Inn’s 4P Pickerel Burger

Are you looking to try new and creative burgers? Well, look no further! Papertown Motor Inn is participating in the Winnipeg River Burger Trail, and they have cooked up a mouthwatering burger. The 4P Pickerel Burger is made up of deep-fried Cajun Pickerel with tomato, roasted red peppers, jalapeños, potato crisps, pickles and topped with wedges. Pair it up with some of their delicious sides like fries, onion rings, coleslaw, and much more!

The Winnipeg River Burger Trail is taking place from August 24 to September 5 and has twelve participating restaurants involved from Whitemouth to Powerview-Pine Falls. Try them all and vote for your favourite.


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3. Five Amazing Parks

Whether you want a park where your children can play, enjoy a game of tennis, or get reacquainted with nature and wildlife, you can find it in Powerview-Pine Falls.

Anniversary Park was developed in 2002 to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation of the Village of Powerview and Manitoba Hydro. Today, you can enjoy the relaxing setting that is perfect for a picnic.

Linden Park is located in the hub of the business community, so it’s the perfect place to go to relax after a busy day of shopping. Grab a good book and curl up on one of the benches for a peaceful afternoon.

Pitre Park is a hidden gem in Eastern Manitoba. Many who come to experience this Park’s many natural features are left in awe by the Park’s beauty. The Park was started and maintained by Marcel R. Pitre for the last thirty years. While visiting, you can discover numerous flowerbeds, a romantic bridge, and encounter wildlife. The Park is perfect for photoshoots for any occasion from wedding photos to back school sessions.

Village Green is the best spot for a family outing. Located in the heart of Powerview-Pine Falls, your kids will have hours of fun climbing on the play structures or bring a friend to take full advantage of the tennis courts.

Wayside Park is perfect for a peaceful picnic. Equipped with picnic tables and plenty of space for the good old fashion picnic blanket, this is the perfect spot for you to bring your lunch.

4. Pine Falls Golf Club

If you are looking for your next golfing adventure, then Pine Falls Golf Club is the place to be. A nine-hole course with eighteen-hole tee locations, you can spend the afternoon in a golfer’s paradise.  The course features a natural creek crossing, breathtaking views of the Winnipeg River, and large rock ridges. You can also enjoy the driving range and putting green.


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5. Through the Arbour

If you are looking for a place to relax and take a break from the daily stress that everyone experiences, then Through the Arbour is the place for you to visit! Whether you need a therapeutic massage, herbal products, consultations to find the right fit for you, reflexology, “Day Spa” services, natural body care products, or Canadian handmade crafts.