A Message from the Tourism Board
Valley in the Mountains Tourism Inc. represents the fine communities of Benito, Kenville, Durban/Alpine to the south, Bowsman, Birch River, Mafeking, Bellsite and Novra to the north, Minitonas, Renwer, Lenswood, Cowan, Pine River, Sclater and Pulp River to the east and Swan River as the central community.
On behalf of this congenial area we would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors and hope this tourism guide is helpful as you explore, enjoy and experience the beautiful Swan Valley.
No matter the season, there is always something to do in the Swan Valley. We are surrounded by the Duck and Porcupine mountains which host a series of pristine lakes which offer great boating, fishing, swimming and camping opportunities. Our Valley is also renowned for its prime location for birding, excellent fishing and big game hunting. We also host many well maintained hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobile trails for the recreationalist at heart. Thunderhill is popular for downhill skiing, cross country skiing in winter and mountain biking, hiking, etc. in the summer. Geocaching is a great recreational activity with 111 caches within a 100 mile radius of Swan River.
The Swan River Valley is bursting with exceptional historical and heritage sites for people of any age. Whether you are looking for unique festivals, accomm-odations, dining, or shopping experiences our communities host just what you are looking for. You will learn more about each of our communities as you read through this tourism guide. We hope you enjoy your stay with us, tell all your friends about us and come back often.
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Swan River's Visitor Info Centre
The Swan River Information Centre, operated by the Swan River Chamber of Commerce, is located at the junction of Hwy. 10 beside the Super 8 Motel.
Open year round the hours are 9:00am-12:00 Noon. Summer Hours (June-August) are 8:00am-8:00pm.
Travellers are encouraged to drop into our centre and see what the Swan River Valley has to offer. Our knowledgeable and courteous staff will be pleased to assist you with any questions you may have about activities and events in the Swan River Valley.
There are also detailed maps and information available to guide you to many points of historical and geographical interest. Browse through our souvenir shop and take a break at the picnic tables under the trees.
Phone 1-204-734-3102 Fax: 1-204-734-4342
Visit us online: www.SwanValleyCanada.com