St. Georges

Approx Population: 500

A little piece of heaven on the shores of the Winnipeg River just over 140 kilometres northeast of the Manitoba capital, St. Georges has spectacular scenery that is perfectly suited to swimming, fishing, hiking, canoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

The origins of this charming town date back to 1882. Father Joachim Allard, who was stationed at the Fort Alexander Indian reserve, dreamt of establishing a French-Canadian parish on the Winnipeg River. Three families from Châteauguay, Quebec, answered the call.

The St. Georges museum houses an impressive collection of artifacts, including a ferry that was used to cross the Winnipeg River. Every July, the Châteauguay Festival, named in honour of the town of origin of its first settlers, features a number of activities, including a pancake breakfast, pickerel fishing, sandcastle-building contest, sports tournaments, board games and a live show.

You may come for the breathtaking beauty of the landscape, but it is the warm welcome of area residents that will make you want to stay!

4P Festival

Festivals & events

September 1-4, 2017 The town of Powerview-Pine Falls invites you to its annual 4P Festival: Paper, Peas, Power and Pickerel, a true celebration of life in rural Manitoba. Enjoy a fishing tournament...

Powerview-Pine Falls, St. Georges
204 367-8483
September 1 - 4, 2017

Blue Water Trail

Attractions & Historic Sites , Outdoor Activities

The Blue Water Trail is a section of the Trans-Canada trail that runs through the communities of St. Georges and Powerview-Pine Falls. Those who follow it will have the chance to see the magnificent...

(204) 367-9970
Open year round

St. Georges Beach

Outdoor Activities

Located east of Lake Winnipeg, this beach’s accommodations include picnic tables and a boat launch.

Hwy #11, R0E 1V0
(204) 367-4767


Festivals & events

You won’t want to miss the Powerview-Pine Falls and St. Georges Winterfest. Activities include a Muck Jam, crosscountry skiing, fireworks, a family bonspiel and Jail & Bail.

204 367-9142
February 17 to 20, 2017

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