Boissevain, Manitoba Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Boissevain Campground
  2. Adam Lake Campground
  3. William Lake Provincial Park
  4. International Peace Garden Campground
  5. Kerry Park Kinsmen Campground
  6. Dion Lake
  7. Whitewater Centennial Park and Golf Course
  8. Emerald Isle Motel and Resort/Waters Edge Campground
  9. Killarney Agricultural Society Campground
  10. Hooker Lake Campground
  11. Deloraine Campground
  12. Lake Upsilon Campground
  13. Lake Metigoshe State Park
  14. Gravel Lake
  15. Pelican-Sandy Lake Campground
  16. Hahns Bay Campground
  17. Pier 23 Campground
  18. Happyland Recreation Park
  19. Pelican Shores RV Park
  20. Pelican Lake Riviera

Boissevain, Manitoba

There is a campground at the western edge of Boissevain.

The 1,500 inhabitants of Boissevain seem intent on creating a pleasant, low-key rural setting, inviting to young families or retiring seniors, thanks to its low taxes, low crime rates and fresh air. In addition, there is a community emphasis on healthy living, with many fitness facilities, a Health Centre and facilities for medical emergencies. Long ago, retreating glaciers left behind a rich deposit which now forms the basis for the farming in the area. The first settlers were the Assiniboine and there is still a significant Métis presence in the region today. Dutch financier Adophe Boissevain sold CPR shares in Europe to help with the building of the railway. The town was incorporated in 1906, bearing his name. The Boissevain Fair takes place in June and Darbie's Demolition Derby in August 2007 and 2008 might become an annual event.

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