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Winnipeg: parques e natureza

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“The best and greatest Manitoba's historic park, boasting world class sceneries of animals and historic monuments. It is a must see.”
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“This 640 acre nature reserve’s bounty includes space for fishing, ice fishing, skating, canoeing and sailing. Features include kilometres of forested walking and cycling paths, North America’s largest urban bison herd and the Buffalo Stone café which utilizes ingredients grown on the adjacent FortWhyte farm. ”
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“Manitoba’s most visited tourist area. During warmer months you can take a river boat tour on Winnipeg’s two main waterways, while in winter you’ll find hundreds of skaters on the Red River Mutual Trail. The Forks market houses shopping, cultural events and The Common - a beer and wine kiosk surrounded by some of the best food stands. www.theforks.com ”
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“It has great walking/biking trails and it is a protected area that is native and has never been touched. Lots of different birds and a nice marsh area.”
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“Whittier Park is home of the Festival du Voyageur celebrations – French Canadian festival in February. Check out program + activities on their website.”
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Pool
“Local Civic center: gym, pool, sauna, weight room, library, drop in classes. ”
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“The park includes the 'CUBE' a outdoor performance venue, a centre of Winnipeg Fringe, Winnipeg Jazz fest and many other free outdoor performances throughout the year... also an architectural attraction.”
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Trilha
“Nice trail starting near the guesthouse will lead you along the river and up to Whittier Park with the Historic Fort Gibraltar. Great trail for runners/walkers or picnic/sunset seekers. ”
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“This is one of two major historic public park for Winnipeg. Kildonan Park is located on the Red River and offers the city's best outdoor public pool, Rainbow Stage, formal gardens, picnic areas and more.”
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“The Forks is a historic site, meeting place and green space in Downtown Winnipeg located at the confluence of the Red River and Assiniboine River. Must see while in Winnipeg. ”
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“A nice park for hanging out, and eating your Jonnie's sticky bun (in the summer, anyway!)”
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Praça
“Outdoor stage in the middle of the Exchange District often hosting weekend festivals, concerts, open mic nights and other events. (search events calendar online for current events) ”
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“Great connector of the suite location to the Forks, Winnipeg's main outdoor public amenity”
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“One of the newest provincial parks, Upper Fort Garry Park tells the story of Winnipeg. First permanent European location in the area. The designers of the park made it easy to visualize the former structure. The Gate is the only original part of the Fort left. I see lots of people jogging through. ”
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“640 acres of prairie, lakes, forest and wetlands include a 70-acre bison Prairie and related heritage exhibits; more than 9 km of interpretive nature trails; a family treehouse, floating boardwalks, and songbirds, deer and waterfowl in their natural habitat. Year-round fishing is available or visitors can enjoy more contemplative pursuits such as canoeing, hiking or bird-watching. Winter offers unique opportunities to enjoy ice fishing, snowshoeing, skating or tobogganing.”
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