Constructed out of wood, a sign arched over the boardwalk path leading to Lake Winnipeg in the town of Winnipeg Beach in Manitoba, Canada is a welcoming sight. The boardwalk extends along the beach and creates a beautiful walk for visitors on a summer afternoon.
Interpretative signs are located along the boardwalk with archival photos where visitors can relive history around this region. The first sections of the boardwalk were used to take strollers along the beach to the carnival concessions and cottages located along the shores of Lake Winnipeg.
Lake Winnipeg is a large lake of about 9,465 square miles and is about 34 miles north of Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is the largest lake within the borders of Canada and the fifth largest freshwater lake throughout Canada. Winnipeg Beach in Manitoba is one of the best locations to visit and enjoy the miles of scenery along the boardwalk.... continue below the picture...
Sign and flags above the Boardwalk path leading to Lake Winnipeg in the town of Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba, Canada.