A virtual tour of Pinawa, Manitoba. Start with this video to get a visual overview of our town, but know that you need to actually visit to fully appreciate its beauty.
A short clip of the Pinawa visitation group's visit to Heze City in China on April 17, 2017 where they met with Deputy-Mayor Weidong Wang and others to discuss mutually-beneficial economic and social exchange.
A breathtaking stop. Rising 4 meters above the water, the bridge spans the Pinawa Channel connecting with hiking and skiing trails.
It was Manitoba’s first Hydro generating plant and marked the beginning of hydroelectric development on the Winnipeg River. The site was built in 1903. Later, much of the area was dismantled and the dam structure was used for artillery practice and so the majestic concrete ruins that greet you at the Pinawa Provincial Park resemble ancient Rome.
The Club stretches along the edges of the Winnipeg River and the Pinawa Channel. The 18-hole course that nature built has become one of the province’s premier golf venues.
Located in the midst of pristine wilderness beauty, the club also has a full restaurant, tennis court and curling court for tourist to enjoy.