Shops & Stops

From treats to treasures, find what moves you in the Parkland
Shopping in the Parkland

Arbuckle's Fine Eatery & Curiosity Shop

Binscarth

Enjoy fine dining in a homestyle, family atmosphere. The music-themed décor of antique and modern musical instruments is so appropriate for listening to live local and premium touring talent every Friday. Most dishes are created and cooked on site with local meats and locally purchased produce. Look for the Blue Brothers steak, baby back ribs, mac and cheese and pecan pie. With sufficient notice, Arbuckle's will provide for gluten-free and special dietary needs. This is a popular spot, and reservations are recommended. » more

Bin 22 Coffee Co.

Russell

Bin 22 Coffee Co, offers specialty coffees (including espresso), cheesecake, cinnamon buns, and bundt cake.

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CeeSaw Crafts

Winnipegosis

Features handmade artisan and craft items including beaded slippers and mukluks; wood benches and rockers, knitted sweaters, socks and mitts; crocheted tablecloths; birdhouses and feeds; and so much more. » more

Creative Spirit

Barrows

A unique gift store with wild herbal teas (Labrador, mint, hyssop), salves, balms, twig wreaths, birch bark bitings and other wild crafts by local Aboriginal artisans. Stay in year-round guest houses or an authentic Aboriginal teepee. Enjoy workshops for making wreaths, tapping birch, gathering fiddle heads, harvesting teas and more. DVDs available. » more

Early Canadian Crafts

Boggy Creek

Native crafts artist, Yvette Bouvier, works and displays from her home. For many years, she has been making jewellery from moose and deer antlers; light catchers, note paper, candle holders and birch bark bitings. Phone for an appointment. » more

Fabriculous

Swan River

Browse an inspirational collection of fine fabrics; sewing, quilting and knitting supplies; and  loose leaf teas and gifts. Enjoy classes and workshops.  Experience friendly, helpful service at this unique addition to the Swan River shopping scene. » more

Hometown Glory

Russell

Clothing boutique featuring several lines of handmade and Canadian items. » more

Lakehouse Boutique Hotel and Ice Cream Shop

Wasagaming

The Lakehouse Boutique Hotel and Ice Cream Shop is a transformed 1930's Wasagaming motel that is now a boutique hotel with the appeal of rustic timber framing and 16 beautifully decorated and furnished suites. The Ice Cream Shop features the signature customized Ice Cream Sandwich and some flavours of Cornell Creme, a Manitoba-made ice cream. Enjoy sandwiches, soups, and other delicious lunch temptations.

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Manitoba & Northwestern Model Railroad

Sandy Lake

See a 28?foot by 38-foot landscaped layout with 770 m (2,500 feet) of HO gauge track, several hundred freight and passenger cars, and 200 steam and diesel engines. Three control boards can handle 12 trains operating simultaneously. Admission charged. » more

Poor Michael’s Emporium

Onanole

Poor Michael’s is no ordinary bookshop. It offers a fine selection of quality used books, from first editions to vintage magazines, local histories, art, literature, kids and summer reading. Also featured is an eclectic mix of Manitoba artwork and global treasures, with an emphasis on handmade, one-of-a-kind items. The cafe offers “really good coffee” and delicious homemade light lunches and desserts. Enjoy the unique patio for relaxing or listening to evening music concerts. » more

Solstice Spa

Onanole

Solstice Spa is where time stands still. The Elkhorn Resort’s full?service spa offers a mineral pool, physiotherapy treatments, massage and aromatherapy, wellness soaks, facials, hand and foot care, body scrubs or mud wraps with vichy shower, Reiki and raindrop therapies and guided energy sessions. Enjoy a healthy and refreshing spa lunch. » more

The Chocolate Fox

Riding Mountain National Park, Wasagaming

The Chocolate Fox offers more flavours of in-house gelati and sorbet, along with Mordens’ of Winnipeg chocolates, eight kinds of fudge, eight flavours of popcorn, Turkish Delights and Thelma’s Frozen Lemonade. Shop for products from Kyber, Manitobah, Sanuk, Blundstone, Baggallini and more.

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The Foxtail Café

Onanole, Wasagaming

The Foxtail Café crew excel at making fabulous pizzas in the two wood-fired pizza ovens at these locations.  Also try panini sandwiches on homemade focaccia bread, homemade soup, intriguing salads, and of course the fresh cinnamon buns.

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The Shanty on Old 45

Sandy Lake

Discover works of art, souvenirs of Sandy Lake, and many other handmade items just 100 feet from the Trans Canada Trail in a tiny building dating back to the early 1900s.    

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TinHouse Designs & Coffee

Russell

Created by two young artists who returned home after travelling across Canada, this unique eatery and gift shop has the feel of Toronto and Vancouver, and other “cool” city shops. Choose from many pieces of Canadian handmade art from baby items to framed tin ceiling tiles. Enjoy homemade, “from scratch” lunches, specialty coffees, ice cream, frozen yogurt, and other interesting and different items. Dine in or on the large patio.

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Wasagaming Townsite

Wasagaming

Plan to spend at least a full day touring the various shops and cafés located in Wasagaming, at picturesque Clear Lake, all in a Victorian resort setting. These shops are literally bursting with unique clothing and gift ideas. Most stores are open extended hours during the summer months. Contact Wasagaming Chamber of Commerce for more information, or visit their website. » more

Wigwam Restaurant

Riding Mountain National Park, Wasagaming

The building is an example of the rustic architectural style that shaped the character of Wasagaming during its formative years. The restaurant was constructed in 1928?29 by its owners, O.J. Gusdal and Ernst Gusdal, employing Swedish craftsmen. The structure is sheathed in horizontal split?log siding, and the interior walls and hipped ceiling are covered in golden?hued, horizontal log siding. » more