Fabulous Photo Destinations for Your Holiday Break

Fabulous Photo Destinations

Fabulous Photo Destinations for Your Holiday Break – Capture the Moment!

Eastern Manitoba offers a diverse selection of photo-worthy destinations – especially in winter! Explore, experience, and capture the moment at these fabulous photo destinations!

You don’t have to be a pro to enjoy this adventure! Check out our blog, Discover your Eastman Adventure: Photography 101, to learn some tips and tricks for the fantastic art of photography.

Snow Place Like Home (December 17, 2021, to January 2, 2022) – Grunthal

Are you looking to capture the Christmas spirit? Then head on down to Grunthal for Snow Place Like Home event!

Breathtaking, twinkling lights, relaxing sleigh rides, playful arctic animals, dancing elves, and so much more Christmas fun is what you will discover from December 17 to January 2! Hanover Ag Society and Access Credit Union invite you and yours to rekindle a familiar spark of magic as they cast a glow over the holidays. This event brings the North Pole to Grunthal for a safe, family-friendly drive-thru winter wonderland of lights!

Every evening, experience this winter show iced with your favourite Christmas songs. Stay secure in your vehicle for the entire twinkling tour of the grounds, then be sure to come again and again for the spellbinding scene to share with your loved ones!

Admission by donation, with a portion of the proceeds going to local community groups.

 

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Pinawa Dam Provincial Heritage Park – Lac du Bonnet

Experience a unique photo opportunity with the mix and mingle of nature, structures and history at Pinawa Dam Provincial Heritage Park!

The Pinawa Generating Station was Manitoba’s first year-round hydro generating plant and marked the beginning of hydroelectric development on the Winnipeg River. Pinawa Dam was developed in response to the demand for residential and commercial power and was crucial to the rapid growth of Winnipeg in the pre-war years. The station began delivering power in 1906 and was closed in 1951 to allow the full flow of the Winnipeg River to serve the Seven Sisters Hydro Station built downstream.

Today, you can walk the ruins of the dam and the Old Town Site, which offer great photo-worthy muses. You’ll encounter various wildlife like birds and whitetail deer and breathtaking views as you explore the site!

 

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Pine Point Rapids – Whiteshell Provincial Park

Pine Point Rapids offers spectacular photo opportunities and an incredible adventure! With Canadian Shield, gorgeous, forested sections, and even though it may be frozen, the Whiteshell River offers breathtaking sights.

 

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