Nestled in the heart of the majestic Interlake Region, 30 minutes North of Winnipeg on Highway 59, South Beach Casino & Resort is conveniently close to many of Manitoba’s most famous tourist attractions and golf courses.
Grand Beach Provincial Park
Located on Lake Winnipeg – the sixth largest lake in Canada. The beach, considered one of the best in North America, beckons the sun worshipper in all of us. Travels to Grand Beach have been a tradition since the days of the carousel, the dance hall and train rides to the beach in the 1920s.
Nowadays, nature’s strong summer potion of sun, sand and water draws thousands of people from miles around.
Patricia Beach Provincial Park
Pristine, secluded, stunningly beautiful- the beaches of Patricia and Beaconia, at the south end of Lake Winnipeg, have been left in a near-natural and unspoiled state. For families seeking nothing more than sun and sand, windsurfers seeking elbow room, and nature lovers seeking a tranquil refuge, the beaches offer a peaceful alternative to the Grand Beach bustle.
Website to browse: Eastern Beaches
The Rural Municipality (R.M.) of Victoria Beach is a so called “resort municipality” located on the south-eastern shores of Lake Winnipeg approximately 100 kilometres north of Winnipeg, the provincial capital. Some of the finest beaches in Manitoba are located within the boundaries of the municipality.
Website to browse: Eastern Beaches
Grand Pines Golf Course
Grand Pines Golf Club is situated one hour north of Winnipeg on Highway 59. This championship course borders the Belair Provincial Forest in the heart of lake country, minutes away from both Grand and Victoria Beaches.
This spectacular 240 acre site encompasses a 6664 yard championship golf course, as well as a tranquil, 80 acre subdivision. The site has a unique natural rolling contour which provides a variety of settings from open meadows through large stands of mature birch and pine trees.
Winding through the course is a spring fed fresh water reservoir providing a picturesque challenge for players of all skill levels. The course includes such features as rolling, expansive greens built to exacting U.S.G.A. standards, multiple elevated tee boxes, strategically placed sand bunkers and a wide variety of fairway settings.
Mars Sandhills Golf Course
• 18 Hole Championship Course
• Corp. & Group Tournaments
• Fully Licensed Facility
• Power Golf Carts (50)
• Practice Facility
• Memberships Available
• Public golf course
Opened in 1994, The Mars Sandhills Golf Course is located in the Mars Hill Wildlife Managment Area. 9 km East of JCT PTH 59 & 317 (40 km North East of Winnipeg, MB) Set in rolling sandhills of pine, birch and aspen. A quiet peaceful place to enjoy golf.
Granite Hills Golf Course
Granite Hills Golf Course, located just 20 minutes from the scenic town of Lac du Bonnet, is Manitoba’s newest and most spectacular golf course. Come out and experience the 18 spectacular holes, situated in the heart of the Canadian Shield and winding along the shores of Lake Lac du Bonnet.
All holes boast 4 sets of tees ranging in yardage from the back, black tees at 7082 yards to the forward, red tees at 5428 yards. The championship calibre golf course is challenging, but fair playing and will accomodate golfers of all skill levels.
The natural beauty of Granite Hills Golf Course is second to none in the country. From the large granite rock outcroppings, elevated tee blocks, 35 sand bunkers, 5 lakeside fairways, and abundant wildlife, to the perfect stands of birch, poplar and pine all along the course. The scenery will leave you breathless and top off the enjoyment of your round.
A must see, must play course for all golfers.
Pinawa Golf & Country Club
Surrounded by a mature boreal forest, The Pinawa Golf & Country Club stretches along the edges of the Winnipeg River and the Pinawa Channel, its fairways undulating over and around outcroppings of shield rock for 6,270 awesome yards. These natural environs and their wildlife inhabitants make the club one of the most scenic, exhilarating, and challenging courses in Manitoba. Located in the midst of pristine wilderness beauty, The Course that Nature Built has become one of the province’s premier golf venues.