Welcome To The Rossburn Municipality...
The Rossburn Municipality, and with it the townsite of Rossburn, the Rossman Lake Resort and Sunset Point development, is located in the Parkland Region, Manitoba. It is approximately 3.5 hours from Winnipeg and close to the border with Saskatchewan. Situated amongst rolling hills and farmland, adjacent to Riding Mountain National Park, Rossburn is a small town in a rural setting with a population of ~1.000.
... and welcome to Rossburn CDC's website!
Rossburn & District CDC thanks you for your interest in Rossburn. Rossburn CDC aims at promoting and enhancing economic and tourism development. We created this homepage to provide you with the information you need for either planning your vacation within the Rossburn municipality, or for starting your life as a (potential?) new resident in our community. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to help!
Everybody is welcome – be it as a newcomer to our community or as a visitor for a short (or longer) vacation in the area.
Living in Rossburn
From starting your life as a family to making it your retirement home, Rossburn is a great place to live for everyone. The charming small town offers affordable living with a welcoming community in a rural setting. Rossburn is a fully serviced town covering basic necessities complemented by a variety of wonderful businesses.
Rossburn is well worth a visit! Being located adjacent to Riding Mountain National Park amongst rolling hills, it offers a stunning setting for your next getaway. The variety of possible outdoor activities, nature and landscape, as well as a rich heritage to explore make Rossburn outstanding. Unquestionably, there is a lot to discover.
It is respectfully acknowledged that Rossburn & Area are on treaty 2 and 4 territory, the land and gathering place of the Anishinabeg long before settlers arrived. Consequently, the Rossburn & District Community Development Corporation acknowledges the harms of the past and present colonization. Accordingly, we commit to a meaningful partnership with our valued neighbors of Waywayseecappo (Waaweshicabo) First Nation in the spirit of truth and reconciliation.
Therefore, we encourage locals and visitors to the area to learn firsthand about the past and the experiences of the people through listening and talking directly to them. Additionally, Rossburn CDC recommends reading the book “Valley of the Birdtail” by Andrew Stobo Sniderman & Douglas Sanderson (Amo Binashii) telling local history.