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Discover a green oasis in the heart of Winnipeg. This nine-acre (3.6 hectare) park, which encompasses open green spaces and tree-lined walkways, is a national treasure owned and operated by Parks Canada. Enlightening interpretive displays, inspiring...more
All reviews children's museum the river walk meeting place rivers meet skateboard park unique shops human rights museum boat tour old spaghetti factory johnson terminal red river farmers market skating rink great place to visit lots of shops cinnamon buns food court
We wrapped up warm to enjoy new year at the Forks. Went to the family fireworks at 8pm and had a great time. Lively atmosphere while feeling safe and hot apple cider warmed us up. Walked the ice trail and also walked along the frozen...More
We have been to the forks several times with family. The newly renovated eating and drinking area is very cool now. You can’t go wrong with beer and good food. There is ample parking available in the parking lot. A must go place for tourists.
Great walking trail along the Red River. Good views of the other side of the city. The skating path around the site is a great idea and very enjoyable to walk around in the evening when the trees are lit up.
Went to Forks for the day. What an amazing place. Brought our skates (borrow if you have to the rental line was hours long) and slated the river and upper paths. Absolutely beautiful! It was packed but everyone made room for each other and it...More
We go to the Forks many times each year.
A very much appreciated respite from the downtown area (even though it is downtown).
At the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine rivers the area is both a park and an interesting mix of restaurants, museums,...More
There isn’t much to do in the worlds biggest town. This however is a must. If you wanna skate board or looking to catch a lot of Pokémon or maybe catch some eats (fergies fish and chips I recommend) this is the place to do...More
You can walk it or drive. There is a cost for parking at the Forks, although there are some parking spots that are free. We found one when we were there, but it was just lucky we got it. The museum will cost you, but it is... More
You can walk it or drive. There is a cost for parking at the Forks, although there are some parking spots that are free. We found one when we were there, but it was just lucky we got it. The museum will cost you, but it is worth it.
Also think about a pontoon ride on the river with a guide. We learned a lot about Winnipeg that we did not know. Forks is one of my favorite places. Check out the river walk.