Discover our Nature!

Rossburn welcomes you!

Spend your next vacation in Rossburn, a charming small town in Manitoba with a welcoming community. Located between rolling hills, amongst numerous lakes, and adjacent to Riding Mountain National Park, Rossburn is the perfect destination for your next getaway during all seasons. 

Discover our nature, get active with a variety of outdoor activities, explore our rich heritage, or explore our local shops and amenities. 

We cannot wait to greet you here! 

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Rossburn offers great recreational opportunities during all seasons

With its closeness to Riding Mountain National Park and being situated in a scenic landscape, there is a variety of outdoor activities available for visitors. From hiking, biking and horseback riding to winter activities like cross country skiing and snowmobiling, there is something to do for everyone. Discover our trails, go hunting or spend a day golfing. History enthusiasts have a chance to explore our rich heritage with an abundance of heritage sites and churches. Numerous lakes with options for swimming, fishing and boating offer additional experiences. Read more … 

In The Area

While Rossburn has a lot to offer, you might want to explore our surroundings even more! 

Visit Riding Mountain National Park and Waywayseecappo First Nation. Go downhill skiing at Asessippi Ski Area and Resort in winter or spend the day at Asessippi Provincial Park. Or how about a little road trip adventure? There is lots to discover for everyone! Read more … 

General Store in Olha
Riding Mountain National Park

Land Acknowledgement

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. The Rossburn & District Community Development Corporation acknowledges the harms of the past and present colonization and we commit to a meaningful partnership with our valued neighbors of Waywayseecappo (Waaweshicabo) First Nation in the spirit of truth and reconciliation.
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.