Beaudry Provincial Park
The park is located just south of the Trans Canada Highway along the Assiniboine River has much to offer its visitors. Beaudry’s woods are home to some of Manitoba’s largest elm, cottonwood and maple trees.
Backcountry trails will lead you through lush forest, and along the wandering Assiniboine River’s south bank. The park also features natural grass prairies. Beaudry Park offers many picnic sites, self-guided walking trails, cross-country ski and snowmobile trails.
Is located in Elie and has a picnic area, walking trail and benches. It also has a cenotaph and is home to the restored first grader used in the RM of Cartier.
Located in Elie, it has picnic tables, an open grassed field, play structure and sandbox. It also is home to our Centennial Clock.
Located off Lido Plage South along Robideaux Road and Moutier Bay. It has a play structure, ball diamond and open grass fields.
Located on Lido Plage North along the Assiniboine River. It has a new play structure, picnic table, basketball courts, BBQ pits, horseshoe pits, an open field and walking path.
At the community club, there is a ball diamond and horseshoe pits. A play structure is located at Ecole St. Eustache.
Has 2 recreational areas. One is an open field with a ball diamond. The second area has a play structure, swings, a basketball court and tennis court.
Headingley Grand Trunk Trail
The Headingley Grand Trunk Trail is a 10 kilometer walking/biking trail following the route of the old Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad through the RM of Cartier to the West Perimeter of Winnipeg.
Discover some of the Grand Trunk line's history, and see how the Headingley Grand Trunk Trail Association is reclaiming the past.