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Dauphin Travel Guide  

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Dauphin is a city in Manitoba, Canada, which is a chief place for the transportation of grain. Dauphin is located in the Parkland Region, in a valley located between Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Riding Mountain National Park.  Farming plays an important role in the economy of Dauphin. A number of summer festivals such as the Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival, Dauphin’s Country fest and Jesus Manifest are held at Dauphin. This place is the centre for the Riding Mountain National Park.  Dauphin is blessed with stunning lakes in all directions such as Lake Winnipegosis, Dauphin Lake and Lake Manitoba. This city is also located near Winnipeg (Southeast), Brandon (south), Saskatoon (northeast) and Regina (southeast). Dauphin has a Continental climate with four different seasons. Winters are cold, summers are warm, and autumn and spring are variable seasons. Dauphin is relatively sunny and dry compared to other prairie cities.

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Reviews Dauphin

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : People can visit a variety of places for recreational activities like Riding National Park and Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Riding National Park that sits at the peak of the Manitoba Escarpment is a national park in Manitoba.  This park is... more home to moose, wolves, black bears, elk, countless insects, hundreds of bird species and a captive bison herd. Riding National Park is well accessible by bus and car from centres to the south and north. A permit is needed to enter the park by motor vehicle. Several activities offered by the park includes hiking and backpacking, cycling, horseback riding and horse drawn carriage, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, boating, canoeing and kayaking, sailing, swimming, scuba diving, skateboarding etc. Duck Mountain Provincial Park, situated in western Manitoba, is a 600 km forest. Baldy Mountain is the highest point among the Duck Mountains. The forest has rolling landscapes and the soil is stony, with numerous creek channels and ponds. The trees found in the forest includes black spruce, white spruce, tamarack larch, jack pine, balsam fir, quaking aspen, paper birch and balsam poplar. The forest has become an environmental shelter for land animals like moose, black bear, wapti, grey wolf, bobcat etc.
T.J
Level 9     1 Trophy   
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : O.k- Depends on how rich you are? If you are a certain nationality it helps or have a good job. Or wealthy in retirement. Not the best place for teens though. Boring overall. Has beautiful scenery all around the city... more though. Needs more business also. Many schools and good (but not great) shopping.
Not to be missed Selo Site , Dauphin's Country fest , Fort Dauphin Museum
Kathy
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : Dauphin is a great community with a lot of history which is great. The people are nice and helpful.
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