The Pas cottage rentals are situated along the Saskatchewan River, in one of the oldest and most striking settlements in northern Manitoba. Here, the Northern Lights shine all year-round and, as the historical meeting place of Native trappers and European fur traders, The Pas plays host to a several heritage events including the Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival - Manitoba’s oldest, continuing winter festival - and the World Champion Dogsled Race.
One of the most popular attractions in the area is Clearwater Lake Provincial park, home to one of the three true-blue lakes in the world. The park is a water sport wonderland, providing visitors with the opportunity to take in the wilderness and wildlife of Manitoba’s northern boreal landscape while fishing, swimming, boating or windsurfing. Come winter, cross-country skiing, skating, tobogganing, and snowmobiling are regional favourites.
With natural and cultural attractions, The Pas is a beautiful region to rent a cottage in northern Manitoba.+ More