Manitoba, Canada has an area of 647,797 sq km and about 1,178,000 inhabitants. Its capital is Winnipeg.
Manitoba shares its borders with the provinces of Saskatchewan, Ontario and Nunavut in Canada and the American states of North Dakota and Minnesota. Known for its large fresh-water lakes, Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba, Manitoba is home to the Baldy Mountains as well.
Originally, there were the aboriginal settlements of Ojibwa, Cree, and Assiniboine people in this region along with Chinese immigrants. The first Europeans were the French, followed by the British.
Winnipeg is still a one horse town but is showing signs of growth in the last 5 years. High business taxed have crippled or driven away big business and our sons and daughters have followed them. Hopefully the Government will stop the high taxing and get business back in Man so our children will stay and prosper. Our growth over the last 50 years is by far the worst nightmare this city (and we just make the definition of a city) and Province could possibly have done to it.
We are a seasonal camper in your park and there really is not much for young kids to do outside of the pool. You need a play structure in the field by race track as you have lots of small kids down in over flow or camping, this way parents can keep watch of kids but the only play structure is down in field by docks. For the bigger kids put up basketball nets they would have a blast. Make the park more enjoyable for those who pay to use it.