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Parkland's Paradise
Five crisscrossing valleys nestled between three Provincial Parks and a Canadian National Park offers Manitoba’s most scenic and attractive landscapes.  It also yields lots of big game, large fish, and rare species which create choice spots in Manitoba for fishing, hunting, wild life viewing and adventuring. It’s also why the west side of Manitoba’s Parkland region is considered Manitoba’s wild side.

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Canadian National
Fly Fishing Championships are returning to the Parkland 2017.
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Visit Duck Mountain Park Saskatchewan

Make Roblin Your Base for Exploring the Area
Surrounding by the impressive lands of the Shell River Valley, our most central trading post is known as ‘the Jewel of the Parkland’-on a map, it’s the Town of Roblin.
Wildlife enthusiasts and outdoor adventure seekers looking for great camping in the Parkland will find it right in Roblin (at Goose Lake Campground) and at nearby provincial parks and numerous privately-run campgrounds and scenic resorts.

 Visit Asessippi Park Manitoba Outdoor Adventure
Within minutes of Roblin are some of Manitoba’s most spectacular parks. East of Roblin is the west and wildest edge of Canada’s Riding Mountain National Park. South of Roblin along Lake of the Prairies, rated as one ofthe top Walleye Fishery in Manitoba, is Asessippi Provincial Park. North of Roblin is Duck Mountain Provincial Park, known for its clear, spring-fed lakes, variety of big game and fish and abundant wildlife.  Northwest of Roblin is Duck Mountain Provincial Park, SK, home to majestic Madge Lake.
Visit Riding Mountain Much to See and Do
Between Duck Mountain Provincial Park, Asessippi Provincial Park, Saskatchewan's Duck Mountain Provincial Park and the west side of Riding Mountain National Park, Roblin's Parkland area is home to an abundant diversity of Manitoba's most fascinating wildlife species. Whether you are hunting, fishing or exploring, the Parkland offers visitors an up close and personal wildlife experience that is truly unique and memorable.
Moose
Fly Fishing Capital - Rainbow Trout Fly-Fishing Capital of Manitoba
Like Fly-Fishing? Then you’ve come to the right place. The Roblin area, with its abundance of small streams, rivers and lakes, is recognized as one of the world’s best areas for fly-fishing. Catches of brown and rainbow trout measuring up to 30 inches are not uncommon. Within Roblin, both West & East Goose Lakes provide trophy Rainbow and Brown Trout, and minutes north of Roblin is the Parkland Trout Triangle; Tees Lake, Persse Lake and Twin Lakes - home to trophy Tiger trout.
Manitoba Fly Fishing Capital - Brown Trout
Lake of the Prairies - Big Eye Walleye Top Rated Manitoba Walleye Fishing
The 67-kilometre long Lake of the Prairies is ideal for fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, and is rated as one of Manitoba's top trophy fishery for walleye, northern pike, perch, carp, sucker, rock bass, and the occasional mooneye and goldeye. For more quality fishing variety, cast your line into the Blue Lakes, Child’s Lake or Wellman Lake in Duck Mountain Provincial Park, where you can catch trophy small mouth bass , splake, and lake, brook and rainbow trout.
Lake of the Prairies - Fishing Walleye
Big Game Bear - Parkland Manitoba Big Game - Big Fun
With the abundance of forests and wooded area, Manitoba's Parkland is a hunter’s paradise.  Roblin area is home to big game such as elk, moose, white tail deer, black bear and wolf. Many big game sportsmen successfully hunt the Duck Mountain forest and surrounding valleye area to accomplish a variety of choice large game species. Good planning and good hunting gear is a good idea, but hunting a reliable zone produces results.
Big Game Bull Elk - Parkland Manitoba
Canada Goose Parkland Wealth of Waterfowl
The countless lakes and natural pot holes landscaping the Parkland and surrounding prairie valleys and agricultural lands make the Roblin area a magnet for geese, ducks and other migratory waterfowl. As the migratory birds fly in and take ownership of numerous seed and grain fields post harvest, many sportsmen from abroad flock to the Parkland to scout prime spots and lay claim to an unparalleled waterfowl experience.
Parkland Waterfowl - Mallard
Duck Mountain ATV Off-road Riding
Duck Mountain Provincial Park is one of the only Provincial Parks in Manitoba that allows use of off-road vehicles on the trail systems and in the ditches to get around. In addition to being able to quad on any trail in the Duck Mountain Forest, this makes Duck Mountain Provincial Park an ATV haven where riders can camp or lodge for the night and ride all day on variety of moderate to challenging trails.
Quading Duck Mountain
Snowmobile Trails Parkland Winter Wonderful
The area doesn’t hibernate during the winter. The region is a popular destination for snowmobilers, as the region is connected to neighbouring communities by a network of over 720 kilometres of trails. Breathtaking forested trails traverse the Duck Mountains and scenic valleys in the area surrounding Roblin. Snowmobile passes are available at several businesses in Roblin and area.
Snowmobiling Parkland
Ski Lift Asessippi Ski Hill Snow Much Fun
15 minutes south of Roblin is Asessippi Ski Area and Resort, one of Manitoba’s newest winter attractions. A charming winter village sits at the base of 25 downhill runs. The winter park has two quad and one triple chair lift, two terrain parks, and a full rental and pro shop. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowtubing and more at Asessippi Ski Hill or enjoy a crisp cool day on one of many of our area's cross-country ski trails.
Snowboarding Asessippi Ski Hill
Wakeboarding Blue Lakes Wet and Wild
Wether you are looking to hit the beach all day to catch rays or boat all day making wakes, Roblin's unique geographical location in the Parkland area provides residents and visitors with ample choice of some of the best beach and recreation lakes Manitoba has to offer. Provincial Park lakes like Child's, Wellman, Madge and East Blue lakes are awesome beach and swimming lakes for a day with family and friends. They're also great lakes for canoeing, kayaking, tubing, water skiing and wakeboarding - and even scuba diving!
Tubing Blue Lakes
Hiking Trail Parkland Get Out and Go Natural
Take a hike, mountain bike or horseback ride on the Crocus Trail, part of the Canada-wide Trans-Canada Trail system which passes through the area. Enjoy self-guided tours of historical sites found within the area, at Frank Skinner Arboretum, and numerous other trail options found within minutes of Roblin at the Provincial and National Parks.
Canoe Adventure Parkland
Roblin Rec Pool Plenty of Activities to Enjoy
In summer, be sure to visit the Roblin Leisure Aquatic Centre with its junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, wading pool, spray fountains, 112-foot water slide and 10-person hot tub. Schedule a round of golf at the scenic 9-hole Roblin Golf & Country Club or Prairie Lake Lodge's executive par 3 course overlooking Lake of the Prairies. Like frisbee and golfing? Then why not try your hand at Asessippi Beach and Campround's disk course.
Roblin Golf
Wild Flowers - Parkland's Paradise Explore and Experience Natural Beauty
Take in the natural beauty of Parkland's picturesque and unique Manitoba landscape canvas. Rolling hills and valleys split with peaceful rivers and lake pockets lined with wooded boreal and coniferous forests make photography, wildlife viewing and exploring the Roblin area and all of the surrounding Provincial Parks a truely amazing and inspiring experience.
Grey Owl - Parkland Manitoba
Snowy Owl - Parkland Manitoba Grow Your Business Sunset Roblin
Northern Lights - Parkland Starry Night Lake of the Prairies
 
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