Explore the most popular trails in Turtle Mountain Provincial Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Deloraine Golf Club Inc
A beautiful 9-holed course situated at the north end of the Turtle Head Dame, just a short drive from Deloraine, features a 36 par, well treed fairways, water hazards, challenging grass greens and provides a memorable golfing experience. After your round relax in the spacious licensed clubhouse overlooking the course. Large group and functions can be easily accommodated.
Tuesdays: Ladies Night
Wednesdays: Men's Night
Thursday Afternoons: Best Ball Open
We host a variety of tournaments throughout the year featuring our major men’s tournament in July “BIG ROCK” and Ladies tournament in August “LITTLE ROCK”.
To contact the golf course please call 204-747-2411
Cycling and Mountain Biking
Make a new discovery at the top of every rolling hill, along the shores of more than 200 lakes and wetlands, or amidst the rich hardwood forests of aspen, Manitoba maple, elm, black poplar, ash and birch.
For those who love adventure, Turtle Mountain is a wealth of inspiration.
Rising up 245 meters / 804 feet from the prairie, this rolling terrain is a must for mountain biking enthusiast. The first dry terrain in Manitoba after the glaciers receded, Turtle Mountain is home to an abundance of wildlife. Moose, white-tailed deer, beaver, and raccoon are joined by the chorus of birds like loons and grebes.
Ski, Snowboard and Tubing
Bottineau Winter Park is located in the Turtle Mountains and is one of the most beautiful areas of North Dakota. This region is rich in many recreational activities such as: swimming, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, snowmobiling and skiing. Discover why this family-friendly winter resort located just 28 minutes from Deloraine, has been dubbed “The Jewel Above the Prairie”.
Full service rental shop, 6 (six) lifts will speed you to the top to choose from 8 downhill trails while you take in the views of the Turtle Mountain Region.
When you’re ready for a break from the slopes, visit Annie’s House Visitor center where you will find a full service cafeteria.
Zip Lining, Archery and Outdoor Wall Climbing
Turtle Mountain Bible Camp offers various outdoor activities during their 'off-season" period. It is essential to contact them for registration and booking purposes.
September 15 - April 30
May 1 - September 15
Deloraine is part of a regional group, Southwest Sno Trackers, consisting of Turtle Mountain Park, Deloraine, Elgin, Hartney, Lauder, Souris and Oak Lake
Trails are groomed and maintained by the club throughout our region. You must purchase a snow pass through any Manitoba Public Insurance office to ride the trails.
For more information on trails in our regions you can visit Snoman West Map Site or visit them on their Facebook Page