Boating Safely in Lac du Bonnet!
With over 60km of pristine waterways to explore, Lac du Bonnet is the perfect destination for fishing, kayaking, jet-skiing, wake surfing, tubing, water skiing, swimming, or whatever water activity you love. The Safe Boating Ambassadors want everyone to enjoy our waterways safely. Below are some great articles to help you get to know our waterways, areas to watch out for, and helpful tips to help keep you safe.
Boat Launch Etiquette
Boat Launch Etiquette Tips for Lac du Bonnet Launches! Lac du Bonnet has over 60 kilometres of rivers and lakes to explore and six public boat launches to get you out onto the water! Popular boat launches can be a busy place, so etiquette, common sense, and courtesy are all that stand between good order [...]
Challenging Waterway Locations
Get to know these challenging waterway locations in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba! Being a good boater is being aware of your surroundings and knowing the waterways you are using. Nautical maps are useful for discovering this information, but they may not include everything you need to know. Here are a few areas along the Lee [...]
LdB Safe Boating Ambassadors
Volunteer to be a Safe Boating Ambassador LdB Safe Boating Ambassadors: Who We Are The LDB Safe Boating Ambassadors program is a community-driven initiative designed to increase boating safety and etiquette awareness in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba specific to the Lee River and Pinawa Channel. Working together, we will [...]
Paddling Safety in Lac du Bonnet
Paddling Safety in Lac du Bonnet Are you looking forward to getting out on the river or channel this summer with your paddle craft? We sure are! Whether you are new to paddling activities or have been doing it for years, STARTbotating.ca is a great online resource that provides you with information on what you [...]
PWC Safety Tips
Be safe this summer with these PWC Safety Tips! The Pinawa Channel and Lee River are very popular for Personal Watercraft users. Safe use of a personal watercraft (PWC) requires skill and experience. PWC operators must be at least 16 years old and have proof of competency and proof of age on board. Before you [...]
Safe Boating Tips, Rules, and Regs
Waterway Safety is in Your Hands! We are all excited to be out on the water again to enjoy epic summer adventures while fishing, jet skiing, swimming, surfing, paddling, and so much more. Let's make this year the best one yet by working together as a community to assure the safety and enjoyment of the [...]
Sharing the Waterways Respectfully
There is no denying the fact that Lac du Bonnet waterways get busier every year. Last year, a VORR Committee was developed by the Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet to conduct an analysis of waterway use along the Pinawa Channel and Lee River, which led to some helpful information that can help waterway users [...]
Towing Rules for Safety
Learn the Towing Rules for Safety so you can enjoy your summer out on the water in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba! As watersport activities become more popular and diverse, it is important to know the Towing Rules and Regulations so that you and your towing companions can be safe on the water this summer. One [...]
Wake Boats Welcome
Wake boats welcome in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba! Lac du Bonnet is an amazing place for wake surfing and wakeboarding on Lake Lac du Bonnet and the Winnipeg River. These larger bodies of water offer up plenty of space to crank up those waves and catch some air for the jaw-dropping moves that make these [...]
About Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba
As life becomes more complicated and time with family and friends becomes scarce, it’s time to regroup and focus on creating quality experiences. It’s time to enjoy a better qualify of life; time to create a world of memories with the people who mean the most to you, right here at home. We have a world of world-class experiences right here in Manitoba. Let’s show our province some love and rediscover that home is where the heart is.
This year, we invite you to visit Lac du Bonnet. To behold the place where the Manitoba Prairies give way to the vast boreal forest and the Canadian Shield. To explore the pristine trails, miles of prime waterways and the rich history that helped shape our province. To unleash the adventures and reconnect with yourself and your loved ones.
This year, we invite you to discover that your heart is home in Lac du Bonnet.
Get in Touch with My LdB
Do you have questions about your visit to Lac du Bonnet? Get in touch with our trip advisors and we’ll help you out. You can also give us a call at 1-204-213-0033