Walking Tours And Trails

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Founders Parks Walking Tour

Along Main Street Minnedosa you will find twelve (12) "Founders Parks” with historically designed park benches, tree guards and garbage can covers as well as unique concrete retaining walls and greenery. Each park also features a plaque recognizing some of our town founders.

Pick up a pamphlet indicating locations and GPS coordinates or just meander down Main Street and discover them yourself.


Stone House TourStone House Tour

Walking tour of stone buildings in Minnedosa. Includes 10 buildings – houses, churches, & commercial. Pick up a brochure highlighting locations, a detailed history & GPS coordinates. Produced by the Minnedosa Rotary. Brochures are available from a Rotary member, Town Office & CDC Office, or click here to download the pamphlet (PDF).


River's Edge Recreation Park Walking Trails

North of the Little Saskatchewan River and west of Tanner’s Crossing School is a newly developed recreational park including walking trails, bike park, Rotary picnic area, Lion’s dog park, and disc golf (contact Dari Isle (11 6th Ave NE, Minnedosa; 204-867-3601 to borrow discs).

Flag WalkFlag Walk

Take a stroll beside the lake along our flag walk with flags from many provinces and countries. The short trail spans the distance between the Heritage Village and the spillway. Enjoy the views of Lake Minnedosa, fish ladder, spillway, walking trails, bison compound & a marsh filled with activity.


Oxbow TrailBisonOxbow Trail

Close to town centre are the Historic or Nature walking trails (also called Oxbow Trail), with options of walking across the spillway, around the bison compound, along the marsh walkway, across the Swinging Bridge, through the Heritage Village.

You can start this trail either in the downtown area, by the spillway, at Heritage Village, by the Bison compound or other access points. Enjoy nature as you hike near the river. You might spot a beaver or see a variety of birds. Check out the young bison in their compound. There is a lookout tower along the trail to see above the tree line and get your bearings!