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    Little Mountain Park Conservancy       Group Inc.

For The Love of Our Park
 
 
 

 

 


 
 
 
 
About the Park

Facilities Available
 
Little Mountain Park has a few facilities to make your visit (and your pet's) more enjoyable:

Thinking about a picnic? Located through out the park there are many BBQ pit's with picnic tables. Contact the City of Winnipeg 311 number to reserve a spot.

Picnic tables and BBQ pits
The Club house has washrooms that are open for three seasons.

  Club House


Garbage cans and wooden poop bag holders can be found on most of the major trails, please help everybody out by keeping them full, and recycle your plastic shopping bags.

 


Little Mountain Park
Meeting Place: Farmer's Road at Klimpke Road
 Browse all programs at this location

Facilities:  picnic tables covered area running water washrooms
During the summer the park is covered with many colorful wildflowers. If you like to mix nature study and history with pure fun, there are large playing fields for any sports activity. The park contains a large section of aspen forest with a mosaic of hiking and cross country skiing trails. Owls, foxes, ground squirrels, and an occasional deer are but a sample of the wildlife which can be seen. 

Set aside as a park in 1965, Little Mountain is significant both as a natural area and for its historical background. Little Mountain Park provides 160 acres of woodland and open space only a short distance from downtown Winnipeg. 

Much of the park is located on a limestone ridge with the bedrock very near the surface. This fact led to the development of one of Winnipeg's first limestone quarries on site in 1896. Remnants of the abandoned quarry can still be seen. In fact, one of the old quarry pits now is a scenic pond surrounded by a picnic site. 

The park also contains a large section of aspen forest with a mosaic of hiking and cross country skiing trails. Owls, foxes, ground squirrels, and an occasional deer are but a sample of the wildlife which can sometimes be seen.

 Contact Us for more information.