The Winnipeg Beach provincial park in Manitoba is known for its pleasant beaches of fine sand. Windsurfers will find their paradise at Lake William, with its good breeze propitious to the practice of sport, and divers at lake West Hawk, in the Whiteshell provincial park, the deepest lake in Manitoba. The Hecla provincial park, crossed by hiking paths in the heart of lush forest, is bordered by immense beaches along the whole of the indented coastline of Lake Winnipeg.
Manitoba's major lakes are Lake Manitoba, Lake Winnipegosis, and Lake Winnipeg, the tenth-largest freshwater lake in the world.© © Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
The north of the province features long and extremely cold winters and brief, warm summers with little rain.© Fotosearch / Age Fotostock
Manitoba is the ideal destination for nature-lovers as it has rich and diverse flora and fauna.© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
The Georgian deck chair is somewhat of an icon in Ontario. You can be sure that every family has its own set.© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock
The pace of life around Manitoba is a lot slower than anywhere else in the province. Life unravels on the shores of the lakes, especialy in the summer.© ©Wave Royalty Free / age fotostock