Falcon Trails Resort

We are a little forest resort on the shores of Falcon and High Lake in the Whiteshell Provincial Park. The land we occupy is Treaty 3 – traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Métis and Sioux people. We acknowledge the history of this land and are committed to speaking truth and actively decolonizing our organization.

Hand-crafted lakefront cabins. Private hot tubs, remote hike-in eco cabins, docks, beaches, canoes, hiking, biking and ski trails, wood fireplaces, and the Falcon Ridge alpine ski slopes just a few steps away.

This is no chain hotel resort. Falcon Trails was created by and continues to be owned and operated by the Christie/Hamilton family, and this difference is immediately apparent in the feel of the place, the characters you encounter during your stay and the authenticity of the product.

Where in the world is Falcon Trails Resort?

You’ll find us at the quiet south east end of Falcon Lake in Manitoba’s Whiteshell Provincial Park, just off the #1 highway, a 90 minute drive east from Winnipeg, about 15 minutes west of the Manitoba/Ontario border. Provincial Park passes are required to enter the park. Before you travel, please click here to purchase your pass online or see a list of current vendors.

Once you turn off the #1 Highway into Falcon Lake, take the South Shore Road along the south side of the lake (past the golf course and the lumber yard). We are located right at the end of the road, about a 15 minute drive from the highway.

*Please note that our rural address does not always work with in-car navigation systems. Be sure that the directions are leading you to the correct Falcon Lake location before setting out on your journey.

Contact:
Falcon Trails Resort
P.O. Box 130
Falcon Lake, Manitoba, Canada
R0E 0N0
Ph: 2 0 4 . 3 4 9 . 8 2 7 3
Ph: 2 0 4 . 3 4 9 . 8 9 3 5 (Falcon Ridge Ski Hill)
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Web: https://falcontrailsresort.com/

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Box 70084, RPO Kenaston
Winnipeg, MB
Canada R3P 0X6
PH 204.772.1912
TF 800.305.0013
E [email protected]

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