St. Pierre-Jolys

Attractions

Crow Wing Trail

The Crow Wing Trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail. It was used for the fur trade in the 1800's. Today connects communities using country roads, community parks, bush and pasture trails.

St. Pierre-Jolys Museum and Goulet House

Step back in time. These buildings are a fine example of French Canadian homes in the Red River Valley in the 1800's.

Camp O'Roseau

 "We want visitors to experience nature here," says Georges Beaudry, owner of O'Roseau. "At night, when all the lights are out, we are alone in the world and can watch the stars in silence."

Sugaring Off Festival

Sugar Shack - a sure sign of spring.

Horseback River Trails

Sometimes a horse is the best way to get around. Find your horse at Horseback River Trails.

Accomodation

Amenities

Restaurants

BnB / Hotels

Campgrounds

Gasoline

Golf

Hospital

Located thirty minutes south of Winnipeg, St. Pierre-Jolys is a charming village on the banks of the Rat River. It was established in 1877 following an expedition led by Father Ritchot of St. Norbert, who recognized the value of the region’s fertile land.

One of the jewels of rural Manitoba known for its annual Frog Follies and its ever-popular frog jumping championship, St. Pierre-Jolys never misses an opportunity to celebrate its rich francophone heritage.

In addition to the Frog Follies held on the August long weekend, St. Pierre-Jolys also celebrates the spring “sugaring off” season. Come and indulge your sweet tooth at the St. Pierre Sugar Shack, the only place in Manitoba that produces real maple syrup. It is also a great opportunity to visit the local museum or chat with Francophones whose families go back a long way.

Articles

Connecting the Crow Wing Trail to Santiago

Bonjour Manitoba

All Roads Lead to... Santiago de Compostela! Manitoba's Crow Wing Trail / Chemin Saint-Paul runs 193 km between Winnipeg and Emerson. 

Movies to go!

Bonjour Manitoba

CDEM and Alliance française du Manitoba are launching a Movies Under the Stars program this summer for the first time. For $100, your community can rent our inflatable movie screen and quality projection equipment and watch French movies in the great outdoors.

Rural Manitoba's Take on a Tasty Treat

Poutine Trail

Manitoba's bilingual communities serve poutines that are as tasty as they are original. Try them out along the Poutine Trail and discover the French flavour of the region!