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Snow Lake

Attractions:

Burntwood Lake Lodge (Snow Lake)

Fly in fishing and outcamps with main lodge located on Burntwood Lake. 

Location:
Main lodge on Burntwood Lake.

Phone:
204-358-2259

Phone:
204-358-7114

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Miners Memorial (Snow Lake)

This monument comemorates those lost in mining accidents.

Location:
Located on Poplar Avenue


Snow Lake Cross Country Ski Club (Snow Lake)

Groomed cross country ski trails and Ski Club.

Phone:
204-358-2385


Snow Lake Golf Club (Snow Lake)

Snow Lake Golf Course, photo by Bev Atkinson
9 holes, grass greens

Phone:
204-358-2744


Snow Lake Hiking / Walking (Snow Lake)

Path in Snow Lake, photo by Keplyn Krul
The Boreal, Chickadee and Lakeview Interpretive Trails are groomed paths wtih cement, gravel or natural paths through the boreal forest with a view of beautiful Snow Lake.  The interpretive bird signs include the common raven, black-capped chickadee, common loon, gray jay, downy woodpecker and pine grosbeak.  You can also catch a glimpse of many other species.


Snow Lake Mining Museum (Snow Lake)

This Manitoba Star Attraction museum houses a collection of mining artifacts, including drills, mucking machines, rescue equipment, and miner's clothing. Group tours welcome. Guided tours are available from late June until September long weekend.

Location:
163 Poplar Street

Hours:
Call for hours of operation.

Admission:
Admission charged.

Phone:
204-358-7867

Phone:
204-358-2551

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Snow Lake Sno-Drifters (Snow Lake)

The club maintains trails in the Snow Lake area.  The Sno-Drifters will hold annual Radar Run (typically March or April).

Phone:
204-358-2732

Phone:
204-358-2627


Sweet Nothings Art Gallery (Snow Lake)

A selection of local artists' creations.

Phone:
204-358-7659


Tawow Lodge Ltd. (Snow Lake)

Fishing and hunting lodge with three cabins.  Outcamp at Woosey Lake. Accessible by road on Highway #392 just five minutes from #39.

Location:
South end of Wekusko Lake.

Phone:
204-358-2485

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Time Capsule (Snow Lake)

The Capsule was created in 1997 for the town's 50th anniversary.  It will be opened in the centennial year 2047.

Location:
Located on Poplar Avenue


Wekusko Falls (Snow Lake)

Wekusko Falls
A trail with two suspension bridges provides visitors with access to the falls and rapids. Located at the falls is Wekusko Falls Provincial Park, with a campground, beach, playground and boat launches.

Location:
Located 15 km (9 miles) north of PTH39 on PR392 (southeast of Snow Lake).


Wekusko Falls Lodge (Snow Lake)

On the Grass River system midway bewtween Tramping and Wekusko Lakes, ten minutes south of Snow Lake.  Has (6) 2-bedroom cabins, each for 8 people and with full bathrooms, stoves and refrigerator.  Also 2-1 bedroom cabins for 4 people complete with the same amenities and LHK services.  Fully winterized with running water. Pre-booked meal plans, boat and canoe rentals.  Guide service available. 

Phone:
204-358-2341

Toll Free:
1-877-358-2341

Fax:
204-358-2341

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Wekusko Falls Provincial Park (Snow Lake)

Wekusko Falls
The park includes a campground, beach, playground, boat launches and two suspended bridges.

Location:
Located 15 km (9 miles) south of Snow Lake on PR392.

Phone:
204-948-3333

Toll Free:
1-888-482-2267

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