People in Selkirk park sitting at a picnic table.

Parks in Selkirk

Did you know that Red Feather Farm housed a military battalion?  Or that streetcars from Winnipeg brought visitors to Selkirk Park for summer outings?  Now you can uncover the history of the City of Selkirk’s vibrant parks, virtually!

Photo shows a young child playing in the sand with a bucket at the poolside

Rotary Lake

The Rotary Club of Selkirk has been a driving force in the community since it received its charter in 1937. Its best-known contribution is the

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Path that one can walk on through Little Lake park.

Little Lake Park

East End of Dorchester Avenue Little Lake Park was officially opened in 1991, but its roots date back to a much earlier greenspace called Daerwood

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The Selkirk Park banner showing people on the shoreline of Selkirk Park watching boats pass by on the water

Selkirk Park

486 Eveline StOn the morning of July 1, 1905, 1,200 members of the International Order of Oddfellows left Winnipeg for Selkirk aboard steam trains operated

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The 108th Batallion lined up outside of Red Feather Farm.

Red Feather Farm

163 Edstan Place As its name suggests, this park was once part of a 37-acre farm with a storied history created by A. A. Gilroy.

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