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Trail Guide

Trail Conditions at RMNP

Before heading out onto the trails at Riding Mountain National Park this long weekend, be sure to check out the

Sonics & Sojourns Festival

A fall festival of Learning and Music in Onanole, Wasagaming and surrounding Riding Mountain area. September 16th

Friends “Fright Night”

THE CLOWNS ARE BACK!! Join Friends of RMNP on Saturday October 21 as we celebrate our 15th Annual Fright Night at

At the Farm Gate Market

Become a “locavore” and discover the artisan gifts and farm fresh products that are waiting to be purchased right

MEMBERSHIP

As a member of Friends of Riding Mountain National Park, you will be part of a non-profit organization that works closely with Parks Canada. Your ideas, expertise and volunteer energy can make a lasting contribution to the park and can best be achieved through an annual membership with ‘Friends’.
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NEWS & EVENTS

Trail Guide

Trail Conditions at RMNP

Before heading out onto the trails at Riding Mountain National Park this long weekend, be sure to check out the Park’s trail conditions! Trail Conditions Sept 08

Sonics & Sojourns Festival

A fall festival of Learning and Music in Onanole, Wasagaming and surrounding Riding Mountain area. September 16th & September 17th.

Friends “Fright Night”

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THE CLOWNS ARE BACK!! Join Friends of RMNP on Saturday October 21 as we celebrate our 15th Annual Fright Night at Riding Mountain National Park. Between 7:00 and 9:30 p.m. younger children can enjoy Halloween movies and games while teens and adults can participate in the guided...

At the Farm Gate Market

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Become a “locavore” and discover the artisan gifts and farm fresh products that are waiting to be purchased right in our own backyard. Saturday September 16th 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Onanole Rec Centre A program of the Riding Mountain Biosphere Reserve. www.rmbr.ca
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MISSION STATEMENT

To foster public appreciation, understanding and stewardship of the natural and cultural heritage of Riding Mountain National Park. To inspire visitors and local residents to assume personal and collective responsibility for the preservation of the Park’s natural and cultural environment.

WHO WE ARE

Friends of Riding Mountain National Park is a non-profit organization, committed to increasing awareness and appreciation of the natural and cultural heritage of Riding Mountain National Park. Through innovative programming in partnership with Parks Canada and other like-minded organizations, Friends of Riding Mountain National Park provide valuable educational opportunities that inspire environmental stewardship.