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Self-Guided Heritage Tour
The Rural Municipality of Prairie Lakes, with the support of the Manitoba Heritage Grants Program, presents a series of Self-Guided Heritage Tour pamphlets, with online & downloadable versions.

Please click here to begin the Virtual Tour.

Please click here to download the pamphlets.

This snow goose sculpture in Dunrea identifies our geographic location in the central North American Geese Flyway. Cabrea faces north in the Spring and then turns to the south in the fall.

Lang's Crossing
Located along the east side of Highway #346 to the elbow of the Souris River, Lang's Crossing provides a popular spot for swimming, hiking, horseback riding, bird watching and wildlife viewing.
Pelican Lake
Pelican Lake is the largest navigable body of water in Southwest Manitoba. In the summer months, boating, swimming and fishing are some of the activities enjoyed there. In the winter, one could take advantage of the miles of snowmobile trails and ice fishing.
Pelican Yacht Club
The regions sailing and boating centre. The clubhouse is an excellent place to rest and enjoy the spectacular view of the marina and the lake. Please visit for more information.
Belmont & District Museum
View artifacts reflecting local history, visit the CN Caboose, Belmont News Presses and Historic Anglican Church. Open Tuesday and Saturday in July and August.
Belmont Veterans Park
The Veterans Park and Monument are dedicated (2005) in Honour and Remembrance "To those who have served and are serving our country”.