Red Feather Farm

Tucked away on Oliver Avenue you’ll find Red Feather Farm Memorial Park. During the summer the park is covered with many colorful flowers amongst benches, interpretive signage, and a memorial dedicated to the men of the 108th battalion. Red Feather Farm is a significant site for its historical background in Selkirk. In the early 1900s…

Veterans Memorial Gardens

Situated in the east end of Selkirk along Eveline Avenue is Veterans Memorial Gardens. This peaceful park offers a picturesque view of the Red River. The site that is now Veterans Memorial Gardens was once home to Manitoba’s first national fish hatchery.  By 1920 the building was converted into Selkirk’s Community Hall. It served as…

Queen’s Park

Queen’s Park is located off the Selkirk Bridge and Eveline Avenue. If you’re looking a pleasant view of the Red River visit this park where you’ll find peace and solitude. Queen’s park was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth during Selkirk’s Coronation Day festivities on June 2, 1953. The first event that day was the…

Little Lake Park

Little Lake Park is found at the east end of Dorchester Avenue. During the summer months it is covered awash of green with well over 100 species of plants. Most of the land is in its natural state with trails and informal walkways, including interpretive signage that explains the area’s unique ecological features. In 1991,…

Penwarden Park

This quiet park is located on the at west end of Moody Ave.  Penwarden Park features a play structure, swing set, and plenty of green space to play catch, have a picnic or just get outside and enjoy the sun. William (Bill) H. Penwarden is the namesake of the park.  Mr. Penwarden was known in…