Manitoba is a place to be inspired. From the remote wild where polar bears and beluga whales outnumber people to Winnipeg's vibrant neighborhoods and spectacular museums, you'll experience the heart of Canada on a pet friendly trip to Manitoba.

Best Time To Visit

Best Time To Visit

Summer is Manitoba’s warmest and busiest season, but some people and their pets might find the humidity and high hotel prices unappealing. Spring is lovely but short, with temperatures climbing dramatically from just above freezing at the end of May to the mid-60s by late June. September is another pleasant time of year when trees change colors and temperatures are still comfortable. September and October are also prime polar bear watching months in Churchill. Visitors unused to cold weather should avoid Manitoba in winter, but those who do brave the frigid temperatures will be rewarded with rock bottom hotel rates, Churchill’s breathtaking Northern Lights, and Winnipeg’s toboggan runs.


Things Not To Miss

For tempting dining, unique shopping, diverse attractions, and memorable events spend a day at The Forks in Winnipeg. This all-season gathering and recreational complex sits at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, and during your visit you can learn about the indigenous people who first gathered here more than 6000 years ago. Plan your trip during the winter for a chance to go cable tubing with your pup!

Splash on the shore at Winnipeg Beach Provincial Park, where dogs are welcome on South Beach.

Enjoy the spectacular scenery and lakeside camping at Turtle Mountain Provincial Park on the Canada-United States border near the International Peace Garden.

Explore the windswept grasslands, deep forests, sparkling lakes, and wetlands singing with life at Riding Mountain National Park.

Spend an afternoon snapping Insta-worthy shots of your pet with the Interlake's top roadside attractions, from a giant curling rock to an oversized mosquito.