Criddle/Vane Homestead Provincial Heritage Park
This 130 hectare area preserves the former homestead of two prominent Manitoba families. Known for their contribution in the fields of science, art, sport and culture, the Criddle and Vane families originally settled here in 1882. The park provides you with two hiking trails that take you past the Criddle home, the remaining structure of the first entomological field station in Western Canada, a cemetery, as well as the remains of the original landscape features such as the tennis court and golf course. For more information please contact Manitoba Conservation at 1-800-214-6497.