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Beautiful by boat

We've traveled from Cranberry Portage to Elbow Lake several times, always an interesting and... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2017
Robert D
Paddling Grass River!

We just finished paddling from Caribou Lodge at Cranberry Portage through First and Second... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2014
BlushingBride99
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Winnipeg
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This waterway which is today used for fishing and canoeing, once played an integral part in the fur trade industry.
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1 Oct 2017
“Beautiful by boat”
18 Jul 2014
“Paddling Grass River!”
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Cranberry Portage, Manitoba, Canada
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

We've traveled from Cranberry Portage to Elbow Lake several times, always an interesting and beautiful trip. Fish at the Roblayton trestle, go to Hole-in-the-wall at Elbow Lake, camp on the islands along the way.

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 19 July 2014

We just finished paddling from Caribou Lodge at Cranberry Portage through First and Second Cranberry lakes. We had two local tourism water route maps. The lakes are gorgeous. Maps are okay. We started late on the first day and paddled 11kms just past where Second...More

Thank BlushingBride99
Reviewed 18 August 2013

We did the shortish hike around Karst Spring on our exploration of Northern Manitoba, it is absolutely beautiful there, and the changes of landscape on the hike is amazing. Everyone really enjoyed it. It is not a difficult hike, but I wouldn't bring a toddler...More

1  Thank hopeforsun
Reviewed 14 March 2012

Literally right on the southern border of the rustic Canadian Shield this park offers excellent fishing, tremendous canoeing opportunities, great boating and camping. And.... no crowds.

1  Thank Chris S
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