St. Albans Anglican Church
The St. Alban’s Parish, in Oak Lake in the Rural Municipality of Sifton, was formed in February 1888 through the endeavours of Rev. Charles Quinney. The church was built on land donated by the North West Land Company. Its architect was James Andrew and the contractors were Shaw and McLean. It was opened by Bishop Machray, Dean Grisdale, and Rev. Quinney on 22 June 1890. The building became a municipally-designated historic site in 1999 and a plaque beside the church was erected in 2001. Renovations were carried out as part of the Manitoba Prairie Churches Project.
St Albans is available to rent as a wedding venue by contacting: Sandra Harris 204-851-1831
Located north of Oak Lake, Eternal Springs includes 2 small stocked trout ponds, a 66 foot swinging bridge, BBQ pits, hiking trails and day use picnic areas. The site is maintained by local volunteers.
Located north of Oak Lake, Salt Lake is a local favourite swimming hole. Newly renovated bathrooms and well maintained grounds make this a perfect location for picnics and relaxing summer days.
Located one mile south of Kenton of PTH No. 21 and 1/2 mile west, the site of the Kenworth Dam has been developed for camping, swimming and fishing, and makes an ideal location for the annual Canada Day celebrations. The dam was first constructed on the Brierwood Creek in 1969 by the P.F.R.A.
Seven serviced and three un-serviced sites for camping can be found near the large, sandy beach. Swim in the clear water of the lake or take a boat or canoe out to test your fishing skills. There is also a cookhouse, shower and washroom facility. Pickerel can be had here year round.
Four Seasons Oak Island Resort
Oak Island Resort offers golfing, fishing, camping, mini-golf, fishing and water sports. See all they have to offer here.
The Virden & District Swimming Pool is an outdoor heated pool that is located at 900 – 5th Ave, near the agricultural grounds at Tundra Oil and Gas Place. The pool is open from June to the end of August.
The pool consist of a children’s area with a toddler lions slide and at mid depth area a large double loop waterside. We offer swimming lessons, lap swim, aqua fit classes and private rentals throughout the season.
For more information on our private booking availability contact the pool @ (204) 748-2736 ext. 3 or emailing email@example.com.
The Souris pool is the place to be to beat the heat this summer. This heated outdoor pool provides fun for any age. With its four slides, lazy river and beach-like entry. This pool has been a haven on those hot summer days. The Souris pool offers a variety of programming for the public, including: aquasizes, lap swimming, Red Cross, Life Saving Society, Swimming Lessons, Life Guard Training and public swimming . In addition the facility can be rented for private functions. The schedule can be viewed here.
The Town of Hartney has an outdoor public pool that is open from June to August, and always has lifeguards on duty. A new change-room and shower facility was constructed in 2014.Open 7 days a week from 1pm-5pm and 6pm-9pm (*weather permitting*). More information can be found here.
Oak Lake, and the associated Plum Lakes, are located in southwestern Manitoba, southwest of the town that shares its name.
The lake is surrounded by a vast marshland about four times its size that is fed by Pipestone Creek and drained by Plum Creek. This extensive lake and marsh system and the surrounding area, generally in very flat terrain, contain a tremendous diversity of habitat. There is a blend of rivers and streams, grasslands, deciduous woods, willow scrub, and rocky areas, along with cultivated agricultural lands. Grasses and sedges border the wetland, and remnants of undisturbed native prairie can be found. Extensive dykes surround Oak Lake, which is artificially regulated by a water control dam. Close to the LUD of Oak Lake there are extensive sand dunes that are heavily treed with Bur Oak, Trembling Aspen, Creeping Juniper. Located slightly further north is the scenic Assiniboine Valley, which has a valley wall exceeding 100 m in height. More information can be found here.
Cherry Point is located on Cherry Point Road and has picnic area and has a walking trail where you can sit on a bench and watch the sunset.
Cherry Point is a historical hunting site, Indigenous people used to run buffalo off the steep drop off at the South end of a fairly high hill. People used to pick up arrowheads along the lakeshore when the water was low.
Cherry Point is a favorite spot for ice fishing in the winter months the frozen lake turns into a little village with all the ice fishing shacks on the ice!
Ox n' Cart Lions Club Campground
Sites are on grass surrounding a copse of mixed trees, mostly aspen, with some oak and berry bushes.
- Operated by the Lions Club
- Total campsites: 10
- Un-serviced campsites: 4
- Power and water campsites: 6
- Tables provided at campsites
- Free firewood available
- Free showers
- Water should be boiled
- Flush toilets
- Picnic shelter
- Day use area
Aspen Grove Campground
Boasting many amenities, Aspen Grove Campground offers a newly built cook shack, play structure, mini golf, heated pool, 200 campsites, seasonal sites, family campgrounds, convenience store, hot showers, 24 hour laundry, and WIFI. Contact Aspen Grove Campground to reserve your site.
Oak Lake Golf Course
Located in the South East Corner of the LUD of Oak Lake. Come Golf at their 9 hole, par 31, Grass Greens Golf Course. Cart Rentals Available
There are ball diamonds located at the Oak Lake Agricultural Grounds and at Deleau Park.
Oak Lake Bike Park
Located on the northwest side of the LUD of Oak Lake, the bike park is operated by a group of volunteers to provide recreational opportunities.
Walking Trails and Bike paths
Walking trails can be located at east dyke Oak Lake, Aspen Grove campground, Cherry Point Park, and Eternal Springs.