KILLARNEY is located 20 minutes south of Ninette on hwy 18. There are over shops and services available in the area for everyone. The J.A. Victor Davis Museum in Killarney is open to the public everyone to see. Also
visit Killarney Lake for summer fun and winter activities
The STOCKTON FERRY is the last operating ferry in Manitoba. Located at the village of Stockton, it is a 20 minute drive away on hwy 2 east.
BELCOURT, NORTH DAKOTA is the place to go for those who like to gamble. They have a brand new casino and it’s only a 30 minute drive south on hwy 18 to U.S. 30 to the town of Rolla and then west on U.S. 5.
SOURIS SWINGING BRIDGE: the longest swinging bridge in Canada at 177 m, it is not for the squeamish! It’s open year round. The town of Souris is a 45 minute drive west on hwy 2.
The village of WAWANESA is located approximately a 15 minute drive north west of Ninette off hwy 2 in a scenic valley of the Souris River. It is the birthplace of the Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company whos’ original building now houses the Sipiweske Museum. There is also a campground with swimming pool and large picnic area, as well as a walking tour of the river.
The INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDENS are only a 30 minute drive away on hwy 10 south at the U.S. border.
SPIRIT SANDS: Did you know that Manitoba has a desert? It’s located in Spruce Woods Provincial Park. Go north from Pelican Lake on hwy 18, then east on hwy2 and turn north on hwy 5, about 45 minutes away.
HOLMFIELD is a quaint historic village located about a 20 minute drive from Ninette on PTH 458 which can be accessed from Hwy 3 or Hwy 18. There are many historic buildings, including a 100 year old hotel, pioneer store and Harrison Flour Mill, and The Holmfi eld Community Church.
STOCK CAR RACING: For the racing enthusiast there are regularly scheduled races in Souris, Manitoba and Bottineau, North Dakota during the summer. Contact
the local racing associations for dates and times.