Local Attractions

Whether you visit us in Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter there is something exciting to do.  

We are proudly affiliated with Tourism Westman


Flying high around the community of Deloraine are “The Flags of the World”

These flags represent worldwide countries and provinces. The Flags, which are grouped around the community by continent were raised in celebration of the millennium. They are a symbol of our community’s and country’s pride in our diverse culture heritage.

To adopt a flag, contact the Municipal Office at 204-747-3668 or email recotourism@delowin.ca  The flag donation is a charitable donation which aids in the future of the flag project.  


Our Flag Sponsors

Canadian Provinces 

ALBERTAPat & Kathy Beernaert
BRITISH COLUMBIALee Franklin
MANITOBALee Franklin
NEW BRUNSWICKIn Memory of Marth & Harry Gall
NEWFOUNDLAND and LABRADORDon & Barb Williams
NUNAVUTDeloraine School
ONTARIOPat & Kathy Beernaert
QUEBECRose & Carl Long
SASKATCHEWANDeloraine 2000 Clubs
YUKONMNP LLP
ALBERTAPat & Kathy Beernaert
BRITISH COLUMBIALee Franklin
MANITOBALee Franklin
NEW BRUNSWICKIn Memory of Marth & Harry Gall
NEWFOUNDLAND and LABRADORDon & Barb Williams
NUNAVUTDeloraine School
ONTARIOPat & Kathy Beernaert
QUEBECRose & Carl Long
SASKATCHEWANDeloraine 2000 Clubs
YUKONMNP LLP


Flags of the World

ARGENTINALionel & Yvonne Laval
AUSTRALIA Ann Scott & Alex Day
BAHAMASTim & Donalda Vandenberghe
BANGLADESHSt. Antoninus Catholic Women’s League
BARBADOSDeloraine Flying Club
BHUTANKori & Darcy Nestibo
CANADARoyal Canadian Deloraine Legion
DENMARKPhil,  Michelle Edwards & Family
DJIBOUTIBrian Franklin & Val Sando
ETHIOPIABuzz Weidenhamer & Cathey Day
FRANCELionel & Yvonne Laval
GEORGIABoundary Consumer Co-op
GERMANYDale & Susan McKinnon
JAMAICADanny, Garlen, Logan,  Jared & Tori Maxwell
JAPANGlen & Margaret Franklin
MACEDONIARene & Merle Teetaert
MALAWIBorder Hills Housing Co-op
MEXICOGerald & Carmel Olson
NAURUHasselfield Drugs Ltd
NEPALGrant & Gail Cassils
NEW ZEALANDDale & Susan McKinnon
PORTUGALIn Memory of Anna Franklin
SRI LANKARennen,  Sara Rommelaere & Family
ST. KITTS & NEVISMorrison Agencies Ltd
SWEDENRick & Helen Schoonbaert
SWITZERLANDHelen Trudeau
TANZANIABuzz Weidenhamer & Cathey Day
TONGABarry & Dorothy Adolph
TUVALUDeloraine School
UGANDABuzz Weidenhamer & Cathey Day
UKRAINEScott,  Ann & Alex Day
VATICAN CITYDeloraine Community Centre
ZIMBABWEDarlene & Bill Astle

Located in the heart of Deloraine 

Central Park reflects on Deloraine’s proud heritage and present day community spirit. 

A creative playground area for younger visitors and a shaded gazebo for relaxing and visiting.  A display of some of the original carts used in the local coal operations during the depression era can be found in the park.



Drive down Provincial Road 450 and you will be taken to the Hidden Jewel of the Lake Metigoshe Recreational Area. This all season gem has grown with recent and continued development into much more than a summer cottage destination, it has become a small community that welcomes people year round. 

Summer brings seasonal camping, cottage residents and visitors to enjoy the many facets of Lake Life, known to anglers for the master Blue Gills, birding enthusiasts for the proximity to the Provincial Park and unique view of many bird species and families for the array of water sports, public beach areas and playgrounds. The boat launch provides access to all three connected lakes providing an opportunity to spend the entire day exploring out on the water. While in the Metigoshe Conservation Area stop by and say hi to Myrtle on your way to the look out tower and see if you can find the other hidden turtles on the Turtle Trek, while you hike the trails.

During the winter months cross country skiing is a popular activity, you can hear the hum of snowmobiles and see them following the Snoman Trail from Deloraine through to the Turtle Mountain Provincial Park.  When you look out over the lake it is transformed into its own mini community of ice fish shacks with their vibrant hues standing out against the stark white of the snow.


Main Beach

SW 3-1-22

GPS Coordinates: 49.000953, -100.354579                                                                                                                                                            

DMS Coordinates: 49°00’03.4″N 100°21’16.5″W

The Point

SE 4-1-22

GPS Coordinates: 48.999670, -100.364320                                                                                                                                                            

DMS Coordinates: 48°59’58.8″N 100°21’51.6″W

Turtle Mountain Conservation Natural Area

SE 3-1-22

GPS Coordinates: 49.002810, -100.344010                                                                                                                                                            

DMS Coordinates: 49°00’10.1″N 100°20’38.4″W