Sports & Outdoor Recreation

Pool

Besides offering Red Cross Water Safety and Life Saving Society programs, a large variety of other programs are offered at the Pinawa Pool. Programs include Lap Swim, Parents and Tots, Aquafit, Public Swim, Family Swim, Quiet Swim, Youth Swim and pool rentals. Pinawa Public Pool…

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Golf Course and Club

Pinawa Golf Course is one of the most famous man-made attractions in Manitoba, set against the forest and bounded by the Winnipeg River and Pinawa Channel. Pinawa Golf Course has been the proud host of the MGA and RCGA Western Canadian championship events. Approximately 6,600…

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Local Curling Club

With a 4-sheet curling facility, Pinawa Curling Club welcomes curlers of all ages and skill levels to enjoy one of Manitoba’s winter passions. The club is a friendly place to spend the winter months, offering daytime and evening leagues, and is host to three annual…

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Tennis Courts

The Pinawa Tennis Court offers three hard courts with floodlighting for evening play.

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Badminton Club

Pinawa Badminton Club runs from October – April on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM out of the Community Centre on Vanier Dr. With 3 courts available, all ages are welcome. For more information, feel free to contact Linda Huisman at…

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Plentiful Local Fishing

Walleye is the usual catch on the Winnipeg River, and plenty of other fish, but there is always a chance you could be the next to hook a sturgeon! As recently as August of 2016, a 1.9 metre sturgeon was caught here! Check out our…

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Boating and Other Water-Based Activities

The Winnipeg River and the Pinawa Channel are great sites for boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. While you’re in your canoe, kayak or boat, a remarkable amount of wildlife can be seen from the Pinawa waterways including bald eagles, moose, and deer. Pinawa offers…

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Marina

Please contact the Municipal Office at 204-753-5108 or townoffice@pinawa.com for availability of slips.

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Hunting

With woodlands in nearly every direction, hunting is a favorite pastime for many Pinawa residents and visitors. For information on local firearms boundaries, please see this map (PDF): By-law 648-03 firearms-boundary-map

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Extensive Local Hiking Trails

Pinawa’s section of the Trans Canada Trail is rich with mixed forest, granite ridges, and beaver dams as it winds from the Seven Sisters Generating Station to the Pinawa Dam Provincial Park. This section of the trail is internationally recognized as Manitoba’s Pine To Prairie…

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