Regardless of the season, there is always something to do in the Swan Valley. Our rich history is remembered and celebrated through a variety of historical and heritage sites and events including the Swan Valley Historical Museum and the annual Harvest Festival.
From cultural events, community theatre, fine arts festivals, fiddling, and farmers markets to riding clubs, demo derby, turkey shoot and stock car races, there is something for everyone in the Valley to enjoy. An abundance of recreational and leisure activities provide opportunities for exercise and entertainment year round.
The rustic beauty of the Swan River Valley provides the perfect backdrop for a many different vacation experiences. Whether you are seeking exciting adventure, family fun or a tranquil retreat, our natural paradise delivers.
The Swan Valley is bordered by the Duck Mountains to the south, Porcupine Mountains to the north, Thunder Hill to the west and Lake Winnipegosis along the east side. Between these ranges lay many miles of forest, farmland, wetlands, towns, villages and amazing recreational areas. There Swan Valley is home to over 12,000 people who reside in many different communities and throughout the rural areas.
Like an extended family, each community is closely connected to each other, often gathering together for social events, coffee shops, recreation and education. The area is governed by different municipalities and includes several First Nations and Northern Affairs communities.
Some of the communities in the area include Alpine, Baden, Barrows, Bellsite, Benito, Birch River, Briggs Spurr, Bowsman, Camperville, Cowan, Duck Bay, Durban, Kenville, Lenswood, Mafeking, Minitonas, Pine Creek First Nation, Pine River, Pulp River, Renwer, Sapotaweyak Cree Nation, Sclater, Swan River, and Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation.
Operated by the Swan Valley Chamber of Commerce
Located at the junction of Highway 10, beside the Super 8 Motel
Winter Hours: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Summer Hours: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Phone: (204) 734-3102
Fax: (204) 734-4342