Situated in Saint Claude, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of 60 Mile Park and Saint-Claude Cenotaph. Treherne Delahunt Golf and Country Club and Stephenfield Provincial Park are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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Approximately 50 miles northeast of Carman is where you will find the notable city of Winnipeg.
Stephenfield Provincial Park, found only 7 miles away from Carman, is an impressive natural space that every tourist should see.
Experience the snow-laden slopes in the wider region. Check out Stony Mountain Ski Area or Frostfire Mountain when the snow starts to fall.
Saint Claude is only 14 miles northwest of Carman. You know what that means, right? Your group can go and see 60 Mile Park and Saint-Claude Cenotaph.
Approximately 25 miles to the south of Carman is Winkler, a regional center known for Meadow's Golf and Amusement Park, Bethel Heritage Park and Winkler Golf Club. Valley Bowling Lanes and PW Enns Centennial Concert Hall are also definitely worth spending time at.
Get active outside in the fresh air when you're in the area. If you're tired of too much sitting, why not give tobogganing or snowmobiling a bit of your time?
Cycling in Manitoba is a tried-and-true way to de-stress. Bird watching is also popular among travelers looking to relax.
Always wondered how it'd feel to go sky diving? The Manitoba region is a great place to take the leap.
When the temperatures climb, do what the locals do and head for the water for a thrilling few hours of swimming or wind surfing.
Would you like to try some of the area's winter sports during your stay? Snowboarding and skiing are both good options.
Soak up some culture at the various art museums and history museums of Manitoba. They are all indoor venues, so you needn't worry about the weather.
Get outside and explore the region with a trip to its pleasant gardens.
Step back through the mists of time when you explore the historic sites of Manitoba. Don't leave without checking out its old towns and fortresses.
Trying out traditional cuisine is about more than just nutrition. It's a glimpse into a region's personality.
Embark on your culinary adventure by tasting the abundance of local ingredients, such as game meat and salmon.
Take a tip from the locals and order pancakes with maple syrup and tourtiere (meat pie).
Top it all off with butter tarts, a delicious dessert.
If you enjoy a good brew, order a Molson Dry. Most places should have a couple of bottles in the fridge.
If you'd like to drink like a local, try out a glass of Crown Royal Whisky, a fiery liquor.
During your meal, you might like to test out a couple of the region's wines. Get the table a carafe of Niagara Pinot Noir or British Columbia Cabernet Sauvignon. Your fellow diners will thank you for it.
No one wants to wave goodbye to a vacation. However, we're sure you'll walk away from this impressive corner of the world with a camera full of photographs and a heart full of memories.
The closest airport, Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, is about 50 miles to the northeast.