Free songs

204-848-4037
friends.rmnp@pc.gc.ca

Junior Naturalist Program

An education program for children between the ages of 5 and 12. Programs include workshops, hikes and experiments

Young Explorers Program

An education program for children between the ages of 7 and 14. Programs include hikes and experiments relating to

Li’l Critter Camp

Li’l Critter Camp takes place at the Friends Learning Centre, Monday to Friday from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Camps

Prisoner of War Wagon Tour

From North Africa to the North Woods – Take a wagon trip back to a unique chapter in Canada’s history. Allow

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’.
Learn MoreBecome a Friend

NEWS & EVENTS

Junior Naturalist Program

21 June 2016, Comment are Off
An education program for children between the ages of 5 and 12. Programs include workshops, hikes and experiments relating to the natural and cultural heritage of Riding Mountain National Park. Close to nine hundred children took part in the 2015 programs! The 2016 edition of the...

Young Explorers Program

21 June 2016, Comment are Off
An education program for children between the ages of 7 and 14. Programs include hikes and experiments relating to the natural world of Riding Mountain National Park. The 2016 edition of the Young Explorers Program starts on Tuesday June 28th and runs until Thursday September...

Li’l Critter Camp

21 June 2016, Comment are Off
Li’l Critter Camp takes place at the Friends Learning Centre, Monday to Friday from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Camps start on Monday June 27th and run until Friday September 2nd. Arts & Crafts, Games and Sports for children ages 5 and up....

Prisoner of War Wagon Tour

20 June 2016, Comment are Off
From North Africa to the North Woods – Take a wagon trip back to a unique chapter in Canada’s history. Allow yourself to be transported back in time to a Canadian Prisoner of War (POW) camp in the backcountry of Riding Mountain National Park (RMNP) located in south western...
12

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.