Visiting Minnedosa and want to get a ride in? Whether it’s on the road or on the trails, summer or winter, contact Prairie Mountain Cycling to join us on a group ride or get some advice on best places to take your bike in the area.
If you live in Minnedosa or surrounding area, come ride with us, or join us further develop our trail system by trail building.
If you have kids, sign them up in our Kids of Mud program happening during April – June. For the young (Dirt Squirts KOM) and older (Prairie Mountain Goats) – we like to ride our bikes!
Dirt Jumpers: Check out the River’s Edge Bike Park… there you will find an assortment of jumps and pump track.
LEARN TO MOUNTAIN BIKE!
The Dirt Squirts – Kids of Mud (KOM) is a Manitoba Cycling Association sanctioned Learn to Ride and Learn to Race program for kids 5 to 16 years of age. Riders will learn the basics of off-road cycling with an opportunity to challenge their fitness on the trail! More general information on the Kids of Mud program and Manitoba Cycling Association (http://mbcycling.ca/kids-of-mud/) or contact us directly to find out how to register.
General Information/Questions/Concerns: Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) – we are a small group and do our best to listen to feedback from all participants & parents. Up to date info can be found on Facebook (www.facebook.com/PrairieMountainCycling).
Thanks for your interest in PMC! Ride on!
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.
Located just 35 minutes north of Brandon on the #10 Highway, the Minnedosa Golf & Country Club is one of the most beautiful valleys in Manitoba. Some of the most picturesque views you will find are on the Minnedosa Country Club, an 18 hole links style course, that offers all golfers a true test of skill, while still providing genuine enjoyment. Carved out of the valley, our course offers elevation changes of over 120 feet with breathtaking views from some of our unique elevated tees.
Our spacious clubhouse incorporates a well-stocked pro shop, licensed lounge and snack shop. Our CPGA Professional is on hand for your golfing needs and available to advise you on your golf game. Contact us to arrange your golfing experience.
GPS: N 50° 14.893′ W 099° 51.195′
Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa
Rockin’ the Fields of Minnedosa will focus on the development & operation of an entertaining, sustainable, music festival.
Join us every August long weekend for a memorable outdoor 3 day festival experience overlooking Lake Minnedosa!
Stone 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).
Summer Day Camps
For Children ages 5 – 12 (depending on the week). Themed weeks with activities, crafts related to the theme. Register through the Minnedosa Recreation office.
For more information on Summer Day Camps or recreation programs, click here.
Address: Box 1482
Contact: Laura Cook
Close to town centre are the Historic or Nature walking trails, with options of walking across the spillway, around the bison compound, along the marsh walkway, across the Swinging Bridge, through the Heritage Village.
There is also a Stone Building Walking Tour with locations and historical information in a pamphlet with GPS coordinates.
Learn about the people who were influential in Minnedosa’s early years with a walking tour of the Founder’s Parks located throughout the downtown area. A pamphlet is available with locations and GPS coordinates.
Out of Town Walking trails include the Squirrel Hills Hiking Trail (hilly and well-treed) access at junction #10 & PR #355 and Delta Waterfowl (bush) accessed east on #16 – 4.8 miles to Hazelwood Road and then south 2.6 km to the trail.