This fun tour will help you discover the stories and features of St. Andrew’s Church and Rectory. Follow the link to download the app FREE!
The RM of St. Andrews is the perfect place to live, work and raise a family. Come see what the RM of St. Andrews has to offer!
Discover points of interest in the Red River North area including hiking trails, canoe routes, popular fishing spots, winter ski locations, and beaches. Geocache and heritage information is also included.
Follow the flow of the Red River to discover activities for all ages and interests…. year-round world class fishing, fascinating historic sites, amazing beaches, unique events, and so much more!
ITA promotes the Interlake as a destination full of nature opportunities from water recreation to birding, fishing, hiking and much more. Follow the link to request an ITA Travel Guide.
Travel Manitoba leads the marketing and development of Manitoba’s tourism industry. Their website lists things to do, places to go, events, and where to stay in Manitoba.
This self-guided tour will take you to 22 stop along the historic River Road.
This story was developed for interpretive signs on River Road. There are 9 stops starting at the intersection of route 238 off Highway 9, and ending at Lower Fort Garry.
Red River North Heritage features inspiring stories and accomplishments of the pioneers. The website has many resources for those who are interested in River River Settlement history.
Lower Fort Garry’s sturdy stone fort marks a turning point in Canada’s history with the making of Treaty No. 1, the first of the numbered treaties.
This 11 km stretch of Red River offers interpretive information about the cultural features along the parkway. From there, delve into the past which chronicles a nineteenth-century way of life.
The park, located on the lower east bank of the Red River at Lockport, contains one of Manitoba’s most important archaeological sites.
The Marine Museum of Manitoba tells the story of the development and the operation of marine life on Lake Winnipeg and the Red River circa 1850 to present day.
Connect with nature in the country’s most unique and treasured places. The red chairs offer a place to relax and to discover the best that Parks Canada has to offer.
This website allows you to search for people buried at St. Andrews Church. There is also a cemetery map that will show you the location of the grave.