Holidays are always fun and filled with delicious food, and everyone wants to spend it with the people that mean most to them. Try out these great activities during Thanksgiving weekend to get the best family memories that you’ll be talking about for the years to come.
Geocaching is one of the best family-friendly games out there. You get to see new and exciting things, learn cool facts and you get to compete with your family and friends all at the same time.
Surrounding the RMs of Piney and Stuartburn are more than ten geocaches for your group to discover near all kinds of historical sites and cool attractions.
So, what are you waiting for? Hurry up and start searching and learning about the rich history and culture of the different communities in the Sunrise Corner.
Calling all hikers, bikers, runners and outdoor enthusiasts! If you’re looking for a fantastic trail to hike with your friends and family during Thanksgiving, then The Red River North Trail is the perfect spot. The Trail is over 225 Kilometres in length, stretching from the northeast outskirts of Winnipeg to Grand Beach/Grand Marais, to Powerview-Pine Falls, and ending at the Great Falls Dam.
A hike with the people you care about can be relaxing, exciting and fun. With beautiful landscapes, you’ll make lasting memories that you none of you will forget.
Skip the big turkey dinner dishes and grab your loved ones to go on the Poutine Trail. Go along the trail and try different restaurants’ spin on one of the most Canadian foods – poutine!
Spend the day with your family at the Bruse D. Campbell Farm & Food Discovery Centre learning through interactive displays and live animals about how and where food is produced and the work that the farmers do for their land and animals.
Do you still want the traditional turkey dinner, but don’t want to do all the cooking, cleanup and being the host? No problem! On October 13th, head over to Lorette for their Fall Supper. Enjoy the time with your family and eating mouth-watering food, all the while supporting a community.