May 26, 2018 – Epic East Gate Ultra Marathon


June 21, 2018 – National Indigenous People's Day

Kite surfing on Clear Lake

Join us June 21 to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day! Come watch a teepee raising at 1 p.m. on the Visitor Centre lawn, then try your hand at raising your own mini teepee. After, join us in the Visitor Centre theatre to see traditional handiwork and speak to the Anishinabe artists.


June 23, 2018 – Free Admission Day

Free admission day at Riding Mountain National Park

In 2017, to celebrate Canada 150, Parks Canada offered free admission and welcomed over 27 million visitors to our national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites. What better way to say “thank you” to our visitors than to offer a free admission day at Riding Mountain National Park.


July 1, 2018 – Canada Day

Canada Day

Join us in Riding Mountain National Park to celebrate Canada on Treaty 2 land. We're planning a full day of fun activities that will keep everyone your family busy. Start your day by welcoming in new Canadians at a morning citizenship ceremony, then enjoy a full afternoon of multicultural entertainment.


July 21, 2018 – Yoga at the Lake

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August 10, 2018 – Margaret Laurence House

Plaque unveiling ceremony in Neepawa, MB


August 11, 2018 – Clear Lake Celebration Day


August 18 & 19 - Heritage Camp at Ma-Ma-O-Pe


August 31 - September 3 - Dark Sky Weekend

Dark Sky Weekend

We’re turning off the lights for this event! Join Parks Canada and the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada for a weekend full of activities under the star filled skies of Riding Mountain. Learn about the Milky Way from the pros, look up at Anishinabe constellations, view the sky with binoculars, and party under the stars.


September 14-16 - Riding Mountain Pride Weekend

Riding Mountain Pride Weekend

Riding Mountain National Park, in cooperation Clear Lake Country, is pleased to announce they will be hosting Riding Mountain Pride, September 14-16, 2018. In 2017, Riding Mountain was the first national park to organize its own Pride celebrations. Parks Canada places belong to all Canadians, including members of the LGBT2SQ+ community. We recognize diversity and welcome all Canadians and visitors from around the world to discover our park.


September 22 & 23 - Heritage Camp at Kippechewan


February 8 – 10, 2019 - Winter Adventure Weekend

Riding Mountain Pride Weekend

Explore Riding Mountain National Park at a different time of year, winter! Ski, snowshoe, or fat bike through the park on one our winter trails. Make sure you stop in Wasagaming to checkout the full schedule of Winter Adventure Weekend activities. Visit us again soon for more information or visit Friends of Riding Mountain National Park.


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