Manitoba attracts visitors throughout most of the year, but offers the best weather during the spring and summer. Although Manitoba's winter is classified as the low season, outdoor activities such as skiing and snowboarding continue to draw visitors in spite of the colder temperatures. During the rest of the year, Manitoba is a popular recreational vacation spot. The temperate weather sets the stage for leisure activities that range from fishing to ecotourism.
- high season: June to August
- low season: November to March
- shoulder season: April to May, September to October
The warmest months of July and August reach average highs of 70 to 80 degrees. The winter can be chilly with temperatures ranging from averages of eight to 30 degrees.
The majority of festivals bringing in the crowds occur during the summer months; however, the Festival du Voyageur attracts a significant amount of people in the winter.
Hotels and shops are open year-round.
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Prices remain relatively standard throughout the year. However, some hotels might offer price incentives during the off seasons.
Information provided by Travel Manitoba.