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Ste. Rose du Lac is a small town of around 1,000 people (2011) in the Prairie Mountain region of Manitoba, Canada.

Understand[edit]

Ste. Rose du Lac is an unincorporated community that was formerly an incorporated town before amalgamating with the surrounding rural municipality to form the Municipality of Ste. Rose. Nestled between Lake Dauphin and Lake Manitoba, Ste. Rose offers various summer and winter recreation facilities. The area is ideally suited for cattle ranching and Ste. Rose du Lac was declared "Cattle Capital of Manitoba" in 1979.

Get in[edit]

Ste. Rose du Lac is located at the intersection of PTH 5 & 68, 50 km east of the city of Dauphin and 300 km northwest of Winnipeg.

By bus[edit]

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

  • 1 Ste. Rose Grotto, Central Avenue. An authentic replica of the Notre Dame de Lourdes grotto was constructed in Ste. Rose in Dollard Park to commemorate the centennial of the appearance of the Virgin Mary to Ste. Bernadette in France in 1858.

Do[edit]

  • Turtle River Sports and Agriplex (Ste. Rose Community Center), 555 Maillard St., +1 204-447-2154, . Houses a curling rink and arena.
  • Hoof 'N' Holler Fest5. 3rdcweekend in October. The town's annual festival, with fireworks, parade, craft sale, pancake breakfasts, cabaret, crowning of the Queen.
  • Cross-country skiing along the Turtle River

Buy[edit]

Eat & drink[edit]

Sleep[edit]

  • Methley Beach Campground, Ste. Rose (16 km (9.9 mi) N on PR 276 and 4.8 km (3.0 mi) W), +1 204-447-1037. Located on the eastern shore of Lake Dauphin.
  • Ste. Rose Inn, PTH 5 & PR 276, +1 204-447-3111. 12 rooms equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, and wireless internet access.
  • Ste. Rose Motel, 634 Central Avenue, +1 204-447-2770. Restaurant & bar attached.

Connect[edit]

Nearby[edit]

  • 1 Manipogo Provincial Park (55 km (34 mi) N of Ste. Rose du Lac on PR 276). Located on the shore of Lake Manitoba; it is named after Manipogo, a lake monster reputed to live in the lake. Manipogo Provincial Park (Q22406923) on Wikidata Manipogo Provincial Park on Wikipedia

Go next[edit]

Routes through Ste. Rose du Lac
YorktonDauphin  W Manitoba Highway 5.svg S  NeepawaCarberry
END  W Manitoba Highway 68.svg E  West InterlakeENDS at Manitoba Highway 8.svg


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